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Fans hoping to get a look at Tiger Woods’ play at the PGA Championship Friday were not pleased when ESPN’s broadcast of the tournament chose an unusual camera angle for a critical putt on the 13th hole.
Woods looked like he was in danger of missing the cut in the second round at Southern Hills after a bogey on the front nine followed by a double bogey on the 11th. Then, on the 13th, he had a chance to make a short birdie.
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As fans crowded around with their phones to capture what would no doubt be an important shot, ESPN zoomed in on someone’s phone as Woods sunk the putt.
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The problem? Viewers at home couldn’t really see it.
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The putt got Woods back on track. He birdied the 16th and saved par every other hole to finish the round 1-under 69 and advance to Saturday’s round.
Woods began the third round by holing a 15-foot par putt. But on the second hole, Woods put his tee shot into a meandering stream. It was his first penalty shot of the week. He wound up with a bogey and was 4 over for the tournament. A conventional par on No. 3 left him 1 over for the round.
Fox News’ Ryan Gaydos and The Associated Press contributed to this report