In the second round at last week's Bridgestone Invitational, Tiger Woods basically put the field away when the shot a 61.
There was no second-round magic for Tiger at the PGA Championship. He was hoping to go low after an opening round 71, but all he could manage was an even par 70, putting him at one-over par 141 for two rounds.
In majors like the U.S. Open or the British Open, that might be good enough to get him in the mix. However, with Jason Dufner firing a 63 and reaching nine-under for the tournament, Tiger is not really in contention. He is tied for 39th at the halfway point.
He would need two spectacular rounds to even have a prayer of a chance.