Hang on ... how does this shot from Tiger Woods not go in?

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Tiger Woods had a bit of misfortune early in his round Sunday at the Farmers Insurance Open.

His approach shot on the par-4 second hole took two hops on the green and flew into the cup -- only to come back out.

The ball was clearly down in the hole but ended up 11 inches away for an easy tap-in birdie. He had 141 yards and likely hit a 9-iron.

Woods, who began the final round 5 shots back of leader Jon Rahm, bogeyed the first hole and then followed with that birdie on the second.