It seems 2012 is the year that Tiger Woods is once again showing up how magical he can be in some of the toughest spots, and that didn't change on Friday at the British Open.
Woods, who played conservatively for most of the day, found himself in the greenside bunker on No. 18, not totally short-sided but definitely in a spot that would make the layman a bit worried.
No worries for Tiger, who popped the shot out with enough spin, let it roll down the hill and drop in for a closing birdie to record his second straight 67. Tiger is now 6-under for the tournament, just four shots back of Brandt Snedeker, and might have actually hit a shot better than this chip shot at the Memorial.