Tiger continues to slide, starting his back nine with another bogey to fall to 6 over. Unless something jolts him into form, a score in the 80s is not out of the realm of possibility.
New Zealand's Ryan Fox just posted a 6-under 29 on the back nine at Royal Portrush on Thursday, the lowest back-nine score in any round in the 148-year-history of the Open Championship. Fox had birdies on six of the last seven holes with zero bogeys in the final nine holes. He finished the round at 3-under 68.
Lowest back 9 of any round in the Open Championship. Not bad for a guy who has missed his last 7 straight cuts!