Tiger Woods managed yesterday to be one of only five players to break par, and he ended up sharing the lead with three-time major winner Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson. They are at a four-under total of 140 through the midway point—the first 36 holes.
One day after 44 players broke par, the wind was gusting and scores soared. Woods used his short game, chipping and putting his way to a one-under 71 in the second round.
He is now in a familiar position setting himself up for a weekend run at his first major title since 2008. He will be paired today with Singh on the final group and will tee off at 3:00 p.m. ET.
Stay here as I will update you on how Woods fares on every hole through this important third round on moving Saturday.
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