Former world number one Tiger Woods made a last-hole birdie to make the cut at the Farmers Insurance Open on his first PGA Tour start in a year.
Woods, 42, played a hooked opening drive and a double bogey on the 13th – his fourth hole – Woods, 42, rallied with three birdies on the back nine.
A poor chip on his 17th left Woods on a knife-edge but the birdie saw him card a 71 to leave him on one-under overall.
Leader Ryan Palmer is 10 shots ahead of Woods after shooting a second-round 67.
The American made three bogeys but also two eagles and three birdies to finish one ahead of Spain’s Jon Rahm, with Australian Jason Day tied fifth on seven-under after an eight-under 64.
Woods has won eight times at Torrey Pines, including his last major in the 2008 US Open, but has had four back operations since 2014.