Tiger Woods at Deutsche Bank Championship 2013 Tracker: Live Day 2 Highlights
Consistency was the name of the game for Tiger Woods during the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Woods shot a four-under 67 at the TPC Boston in a round that saw him record a majority of pars and concede few shots to the course.
Amidst his 13 pars, Woods birdied five holes, including the par-three 16th and par-five 18th, to put his name on the verge of title contention for the next two rounds.
At seven-under for the tournament, Woods will start the third round six shots behind leader Sergio Garcia.
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Here is where Tiger is on the leaderboard heading into Sunday's third round.
Tiger rams it into the back of the cup with a 36ft birdie bomb on the 18th to get in the clubhouse at -7 overall— Amanda Balionis (@Amanda_Balionis) August 31, 2013
Tiger finishes up his round with a 40-foot birdie putt.
Too much spin with 3rd, Tiger spins approach back some 40 feet @ 18.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 31, 2013
Tiger's approach shot looks good on first impact, but then spins back about five to 10 feet.
Woods still has a very good chance to par the hole.
After his brutal tee shot, Woods lays up on his second shot.
He still has a very good chance at making par on the par-five 18th.
Fore left. Drive @ last finds rough.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 31, 2013
Woods did par the hole, but Mickelson birdied to move to seven-under.
Woods' chip from the rough comes within a few inches of the pin.
On the par-four 17th, Woods taps in for par as he approaches the final hole of the day.
With his second shot at the par-four 17th, Woods finds the rough on the edge of the green.
Woods will have a bit of a difficult chip to save par on the hole.
Tiger is now tied with a group of players at six-under, including Phil Mickelson.
With the crowd behind him erupting, Woods moves to six-under with a birdie on the 16th hole.
With a 9-iron in hand on the 16th tee, Woods hits a beautiful tee shot that sets up an easy birdie putt.
Woods, Mickelson and Scott move on to the par-three 16th hole.
Yesterday in the first round, Woods birdied the 16th.
Currently, Woods is at five-under, Mickelson is at eight-under while Scott is at three-under for the tournament.
Another birdie attempt slides by @ 15. On a positive note his lag putting has been spot on.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 31, 2013
From 136 yards out, Woods continues his consistency on his approach shots.
Woods' greens in regulation percentage today is 81.25.
On his first shot at the par-four 15th, Woods sends a fairway wood down the middle of the 421-yard hole.
Not enough pace on the birdie putt for Woods, and he taps in for his 10th par of the round.
On the other four holes, Woods has three birdies and one bogey.
From 160 yards out, Woods drops his approach shot within 24 feet of the hole.
Another birdie attempt is awaiting Tiger when he reaches the green.
On the par-four 14th, Woods sends his tee shot down the middle.
Woods' tee shots have been very consistent today, unlike the ones from Mickelson, which have flown to the left and right of the fairways on the back nine.
With five holes to go, Woods has to make at least another birdie or two to put himself on the edge of contention for the final two rounds.
Remember, Sergio Garcia is the clubhouse leader at 13-under, eight strokes ahead of Woods.
It's been a long time coming, but Tiger finally drains a birdie putt on the back nine.
That is his third birdie of the day as he moves to five-under for the tournament.
Woods lands his approach shot within 11 feet of the pin.
Yet another chance for Woods to record a birdie here on the 13th.
Another driver @ 13 carves into fairway.— GC Tiger Tracker (@GCTigerTracker) August 31, 2013
Deja vu, all over again.
Woods' birdie putt on the 12th hole sneaks to the right, and he stays at four-under for the tournament.
All of these missed birdie putts will not do him any good in his chase for the tournament title.
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