Tiger Woods at Deutsche Bank 2012 Tracker: Day 2 Highlights, Updates and More
Tiger Woods hopes to build on yesterday's opening-round seven-under 64 this afternoon at the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass.
Follow him all day here.
He has a tricky pitch from about 45 feet.
It bounced once on the green and released to just under the hole.
A couple feet left for par and looks to be in the next to last group out tomorrow right in front of Rory McIlroy.
Five birdies, two bogeys and 11 pars today.
A three-under 68 today.
Tiger has 247 left and rightly has chosen to lay up short of the green.
With the exception of a couple holes today, Tiger has been very solid tee-to-green.
His putting really has not been all that bad as he has only had a couple testers for par.
Just 107 to the hole, this is a lob wedge.
He hits it about five yards short of the pin and it spins off the green into a collar of intermediate rough at the edge of the fairway.
He will need a good pitch here to make his par putt routine.
Tiger has driver in hand and the wind is blowing right at him, but not too hard.
Tiger's drive finds the rough left just inside where the galley stands.
The blimp is showing ball sitting up in the grass.
The last hole is a reachable par-five that is playing today at 519 yards.
The green was redone this year, making it shorter and a bit elevated.
There is trouble around the green with sand and thick grass that makes a missed second shot very tricky
The fairway is wide, but that pin is tucked front-left.
A shade under 15 feet left for Tiger below and right of the hole.
The sun has come back out, but the shadows are getting pretty long.
Tiger does not take all that long to read the putt and he sinks it as the ball was running out of speed.
With the reachable par-five 18th left, Woods could play himself into the last group.
Tiger has 150 left to the hole.
He finds the green pin-high, but it spins back a bit.
He has a mid-length birdie putt upcoming.
The 17th hole is a short 412-yard par-four that you will not be able to use a driver on.
After the tee shot, the hole cuts sharply left for an approach that finds the pin cut on the front-left.
Tiger has an iron in hand that catches the right side of the fairway and rolls a bit.
The hole today is playing just 396.
Tiger's beautiful tee shot is just under nine feet from the hole for birdie.
He played it to go straight, but it kicked right at the end.
He talks to himself but converts the par.
The 16th is the last par-three of the day.
With water completely guarding the green left, the pin is cut on the right side. Sand on the right guards the pin loosely.
With 165 to the flag, Tiger has an eight-iron in hand.
Wind blowing to the right, Tiger puts it pin-high left of the hole on the correct plateau.
Around 10 feet left for birdie.
Same distance as the last hole, Tiger reads the speed and line very well and cleans up for a par.
From 142, Tiger has a wedge in hand.
He will not be happy with the effort as it almost hits the green dead center and checks up.
He has a long birdie putt coming up into the left-hand side of the green that appears to be uphill.
It is the stinger three-wood that he uses and it is stung down the right side of the fairway.
He drove it 286 and has 142 left.
The 15th hole is a 425-yard par-four that has fairway bunkers down the left side.
The pin is cut back-left and is protected by sand.
What Tiger uses off the tee will depend on how far he wants to have his second.
The sun has disappeared and it has cooled a bit.
Tiger watched Brandt Snedeker's putt from a few feet further back and studied it well.
He holes his 30-footer for birdie and gets it back to nine-under.
Woods' drive was the longest of his day at 335 yards.
With 165 left, Tiger finds the front of the green but it does not hop to the correct tier where the flag is.
He has a birdie putt coming, but it will be up and over a ridge.
The 14th hole is a long 495-yard par-four that curls from right to left.
After a good drive, the second shot will be at a center-back cut pin on a pear-shaped green.
Sand protects the front, but the pin is not really near the bunkers.
Tiger has a driver that rolls in the center of the fairway and missed a divot about a foot from where the ball stopped rolling.
Tiger has 15 feet left for birdie.
Another misread as it broke about six inches right of the pin.
He cleans up and moves on.
From the rough behind the fourth green, Oosthuizen holes his flop shot for an eagle. He is in solo second at 11-under.
Tiger was actually in the real rough, but he powered his second right to the front of the green and it released a bit towards the hole.
He has a birdie putt coming from below the pin.
Tiger's drive just misses the fairway left in the first cut.
His ball travel 292 yards and he has just 170 to the hole.
Sand is in play for Tiger if he is short.
The 451-yard par-four 13th requires a long carry off he tee to reach the fairway.
With a rounded triangle green, the pin is cut on the right side and is guarded by sand.
Louis Oosthuizen and Geoff Overton have the best overall scores currently on the course as they are on their second nine at nine-under overall.
Tiger chose the putter from around 36 feet and just missed a birdie on the left edge.
A kick in for par.
Tiger has around 144 to the hole from the fairway.
Pin is cut back-left but a long shot will find thick rough.
The wind keeps shifting directions on the back side making club selection tough.
Tiger hits it about a club short and is just off the green on the front.
A bit uphill, he could pitch or putt depending on what he feels his best option is.
A three-wood for Tiger on the 461-yard par-four 12th.
His stinger catches a downslope on the left side and rolls quite a ways.
He is in good shape for his second.
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