Tiger Woods waited 12 years to get back to Riviera and lasted only two days.
Woods had three straight bogeys early on the back nine Friday and didn't play well enough to make up for his misses. He had a 5-over 76 and missed the cut in the Genesis Open for the first time in nine appearances as a pro.
He was at 6-over 148, one shot worse than his PGA Tour debut as a 16-year-old at Riviera.
"I missed every tee shot left and I did not putt well, didn't feel very good on the greens," Woods said. "And consequently, never made a run. I knew I had to make a run on that back nine, and I went the other way."
Patrick Cantlay ran off three straight...