For Tiger Woods to advance to the weekend of the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play, the first thing he needed to do was beat Patrick Cantlay. (He also needed Aaron Wise to beat Brandt Snedeker). First things first, though, Woods needed a win.
Standing in the 13th fairway, he had worked himself in position to do just that. He turned a 2-down deficit through eight holes into a 1-up lead. Then came a bit of the old Tiger magic.
On the short par 4 13th, he had 82 yards. What happened next? Watch for yourself.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) March 29, 2019
So, yeah, that happened.