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Tee Time: 10:10 a.m. (with Lee Westwood)
Why You Need to Watch: The PGA and its television sponsors can always breathe a little easier when Tiger Woods in title contention entering the second half of a major championship. Sitting at two-under, that's currently the case at Muirfield.
Woods followed a first-round 69 with a 71 on Friday, and eyes will certainly be on the legendary golfer as he aims for his first major title since 2008. He has been consistent on drives, hitting 12 of 18 greens on both days.
After sinking a putt for birdie on the final hole, Woods unleashed one of his trademark fist pumps. Perhaps it's a sign of good things to come for the globe's top-ranked golfer.
"I'm in a good spot," Woods told ESPN's Tom Rinaldi after the second round.
What Makes Saturday a Success: When Muirfield last hosted the Open Championship in 2002, Woods shot a third-round 81 in wet and windy conditions. It remains his career-worst round in major competition.
Woods will look to overcome that career blemish on a course that has given so many star players problems. As long as he doesn't lose any strokes, Tiger gives himself a great shot.
Prediction: Woods stays at even keel and puts up another consistent performance. When he emerges from the clubhouse wearing red Sunday morning, an elusive major title will be within reach.