Tiger Woods at Tour Championship Tracker: Day 2 Highlights, Updates and More
Tiger Woods came into the second round tied for the lead at the Tour Championship at four-under par, but had a tougher time on Day 2.
Scroll down for from throughout the day as Tiger continues his quest to win his third FedEx Cup.
There was not much that was crisp about Tiger Woods' round today.
Whatever he does to relax himself when paired with Rory McIlroy disappears a bit when he plays with others and that lack of confidence was all apparent today.
With tough greens and narrow fairways, the course really showed some teeth today, but as Jim Furyk showed with his six-under 64, there were good scores out there.
Tiger has a couple rounds to claw back and still controls his own destiny in winning the FedEx Cup.
By the way, based on the way the point projections are tonight, Rory would win the Cup even with a Furyk win based on where Rory is in the field.
Tiger has 32 yards to go.
The green has a crown and he needs to land it on the downslope.
He does that in spades and gets it to stop about a foot short for par.
Tiger has lost six shots off the lead today as Jim Furyk will be in the last group tomorrow with Justin Rose.
Rose shoots a two-under 68 today.
Tiger limps home with a 73.
Quite simply, an awful round today for Tiger.
The swing came apart early and he could not adjust to keep it on the fairways.
Five-iron for Tiger.
235 to the flag today.
It is not enough club as it catches the slope in front of the green and rolls back.
The 18th hole is a 221-yard par-three.
The pin is cut on the back left.
Tiger has a double-breaking downhill putt from 45 feet to save par.
He nearly makes it as the speed is perfect, but it misses a cup to the left.
Tiger has just under 90 feet left to set up a par save.
Ball is buried in the rough.
He chunks it and leaves it well short of the hole on the right, not clearing the ridge on the green.
Tiger has 166 left to go. The pin is cut in front and he might be able scoot it up the front of the fairway.
There is a cable that interferes with Tiger's shot and he will get a free drop from the temporary obstruction.
His lie is very good as he dropped in an area trampled by the gallery.
His new yardage is 165 left.
He lands it in the back of the green and it rolls off the back edge.
He has a chip from the rough uphill onto a green that slopes downhill and to the water left.
The 470-yard par-four 17th hole has water running from tee-to-green all the way down the left side.
Justin Rose is two-under today and probably has kept his position in the last group tomorrow with Jim Furyk.
Tiger has driver here.
He just yanks it really right and bounces it off a wall that protects the concession stands from the 17th fairway.
The ball is sitting down in the rough and finding the green here is a good shot.
My distance guess was a bit off as it is around 12 feet left for par.
This par save will break a touch right-to-left.
It is also a bit uphill.
The ball kind of popped off the ground when he struck it and he misses left.
It is another bogey for Tiger.
He has a flat lie in the sand and pitched it nearly all the way to the hole.
Tiger will have a good look at par to come from about seven feet.
The lie is good, but there is a ton of tree trouble.
He will have to hook this around a big limb.
He gets a solid contact and puts it into a right side bunker on the green.
It looked like he hit the downslope of the bunker and, as it often does, will depend on the lie.
He does have virtually the whole green to work with.
Tiger drove the ball 320 yards and has 146 left.
The pin is cut way on the left side.
Center of the green would be a good shot here.
The 466-yard par-four 16th is next.
Also a tough fairway to hit, Tiger has yanked his drive off a tree on the left side.
The ball did bounce into the rough and is sitting up.
Tiger has 25 feet up the hill for his birdie.
He reads the left-to-right break right, but not the speed.
A tap-in par for Tiger.
Tiger has 43 yards left to the flag.
With the pin on the right, there is a lot of green to work with if he can see the pin from his lie.
He has a bunker to contend with short and it landed in the rough, and not the pine straw mulch.
He can see the full flag from here and his ball is partially sitting up in the grass.
He scoops a flop shot onto the green after a bounce in the collar and is below the hole for a long birdie putt.
An uphill lie from 234 that misses way, way left.
It bounced backwards off a tree and into the mulch. No idea on the lie, but a par would be pretty good here.
The reachable par-five 15th holed is next.
On the card at 525 yards, the pin is cut on the right-front and is protected by sand.
Fairway bunkers on both sides are in the range of an errant driver, but the right side has two bunkers while the left has just one.
Tiger drives it down the left side of the fairway 286 yards and certainly can go from 231.
Tiger makes the tough par putt dead center.
He walked it in as the ball got close.
Tiger has about 100 feet left.
He pitches it all the way to the flag and about 10 feet below the hole.
He has an uphill par putt coming up.
Tiger has missed the fairway to the right and into the rough.
He drove it 323 yards and has tree trouble from 139 yards.
The ball is sitting up in the rough.
He scoops it over the trees, off the roof of a covered grandstand and it bounces just past a green side bunker right of the green.
He has a chip that has a lot of green to work with.
Jim Furyk bogeys 18 and is seven-under overall after a six-under 64 today.
The 14th fairway is the toughest to hit off the tee, despite it being a straight shot off the tee.
On the card at 442 yards, it still plays slightly under par even with that hard fairway to hit.
Tiger has just 12 feet left for his birdie attempt.
Jim Furyk is off the 18th green at eight-under par leading Bo Van Pelt by one.
Tiger's drive traveled 315 yards off the tee onto the right side of the fairway.
This putt is uphill and breaks a bit to the right and Tiger nails it.
A birdie on 13 for Tiger.
The 13th hole is a long 476-yard par-four.
While it is a straight shot off the tee, only half the field has reached the fairway.
A good drive from Tiger left himself with just 183 to the pin from the fairway.
He hits his approach well and finds the center of the green and a birdie chance.
Tiger missed his little three foot putt for par.
He slides back to two-under overall.
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