Tiger Woods finished up the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open shooting an even par 72. Woods ended up at 3-under par for the tournament making a respectable return to play on the PGA Tour.
Woods had to scramble to make the cut after round two but seemed to excel when he was faced with the additional pressure. He struggled to hit fairways off the tee all weekend but was exceptional with his irons and putter which helped keep him competitive at Torrey Pines.
Tiger ste … ps it in for a bounce-back birdie.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 28, 2018
Woods said he was “very pleased” with his performance and that he “fought hard.”