PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Tiger Wods finished second at last year's Honda Classic.
This year he's hoping just to make it to the weekend.
Woods has had an up-and-down day at PGA National, where he remains at even par and just inside the cut line after three birdies, one bogey and a double bogey through 15 holes.
The biggest hiccup for Woods came on the par-4 13th, where he drove it into a fairway bunker, then hit into a greenside bunker, then flew the green on his approach before writing down a 6 on the card.
One hole later, however, he bounced back with a birdie giving him just five birdies for the week.
That also leaves Woods nine shots off the lead of Luke Guthrie, who earlier carded a 63.
Meanwhile, Sean O'Hair and Justin Rose have made a move the other direction in the afternoon wave. O'Hair is 2 under through 16 holes and 6 under for the week, while Rose is 4 under through 15 and also 6 under for the week. Lucas Glover is also 4 under on his round and another stroke back for the week.