The PGA Tour is back live for the Waste Management Phoenix Open from Arizona and the tournament at TPC Scottsdale picks up for Round 2 and Round 3 over the weekend as Tiger Woods ties to bounce back with Ryan Palmer and Bubba Watson leading the way and live stream coverage is from the PGATour.com website and on CBS.
Ryan Palmer and Bubba Watson are currently leading the tournament and names like Keegan Bradley and Zach Johnson are also in the mix at the top of the scoreboard. Woods is currently down on the leaderboard, as he was eight over overall and six over for the day through seven holes at that time. Woods is coming back after a very tough season and he is trying to get back on track as he starts the 2015 season. Woods matched the worst nine hole performance of his career and now he has to find a way to get his stroke back to just salvage this tournament.
Woods is now last on the leaderboard after putting up a 44 through nine holes and now he is just looking to get somewhat back to normal after falling that far down. Woods dealt with back injuries and other issues last year and he is making his debut at this tournament. Woods also will be playing at Torrey Pines for the Famers Insurance Open and he has played well at that tournament in the past.
Woods came into the second round after going two over in the first round and now he is looking to just get back on track heading out of the tournament. Woods has struggled for the past year after dealing with surgery and many have wondered if he will be able to get things together to win a tournament again. Woods said he felt good coming into the tournament and that he has been able to drive the ball better now than he had been in a long time.
Woods was struggling early in the first round, missing numerous greens and opening at four over and while he was able to bring that down, the second day was not much better. Woods has not been in this tournament for over a decade and he is treating it as somewhat of a warm-up for San Diego next tournament. Woods has had great success at Torrey Pines, winning numerous times there and he is hoping for some solid play when he gets to San Diego.