Tiger Woods sent packing as he shoots a 3-over 75 in the second round of 150th Open Championship

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Thursday was a struggle for Tiger Woods, so if the 15-time major champion was going to be around for the weekend at the 150th Open Championship, his Friday round on The Old Course had to be special.

It wasn’t that, at least on the scorecard.

Woods made two stress-free pars to open his round, then made a nice putt at the third for a birdie. He gave it right back at the fourth, however, then made another bogey at the sixth.

He’d make three straight pars to finish his outward nine and make the turn 1 over on the day.

After opening his back nine with six pars, Woods carded a double bogey on 16, pushing him to 3 over on the day. A par at the Road Hole and another at the last closed out his week.

The Open will be back at St. Andrews in five years. This place is Woods’ favorite course in the world, according to numerous sources. We’ll have to wait and see if Friday was the last time we’ll see him walk over the bridge during the game’s oldest major.

We hope not.