Tiger Woods – leader of the pack after round 2

Tiger Woods sits alone atop the leaderboard at the WGC-Cadillac Championship in Miami, FL after round 2, shooting a score of 65 and sitting at -13 currently.  Tiger has 17 birdies after two rounds of golf, a first for him in his long and illustrious career.  A round of 66 yesterday and a round of 65 today have Tiger smiling and leading the pack.  Now, let’s see if he can close it out tomorrow and Sunday?  Close on his heels, Graeme McDowell is at -11, Phil Mickelson and Steve Stricker (Tiger’s new “putting coach”) are both tied for third at -10, Bubba Watson is at -9 and Charles Schwartzel and Keegan Bradley are at -8.

Tiger (#2 in the world) played for the second day with Luke Donald (#3 in the world) and Rory Mcilroy (#1 in the world).  Talk about a dream threesome!  Donald double bogeyed the 18th hole and sits at +2.  Rory started to come on strong on the back nine and came to the 18th hole at -3.  He bogeyed the hole, finishing the day at -2 shooting a round of 69, his first round in the sixties so far this year.  There is no cut line in this tournament so all 65 players in the field will be around for the weekend.  Looking forward to joining them for the weekend!  Coverage moves to NBC tomorrow, starting at 2:00 pm EST.


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