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The headline says it all.
No matter what the highlight today, no one's second round will draw more attention than Tiger's. Today we saw again why Woods was and still is the best.
After a rough start to the front nine, Tiger caught fire. He reeled off three birdies from no. 9 to 11, and 13 to 15, birdying a total of 5 holes on the back to complete a 66.
Tiger finally did everything right without making any big mistakes. Bogeys are going to happen. All Tiger has to do is make putts and those bogeys won't matter.
The only real mistake that Woods made was his tee shot on 18, which skirted through the trees, from which he stuck his 160 yard shot to about eight feet. And made the putt.
Despite all the people that will question whether or not he can do it for two more days, Tiger was the highlight of day two. But he didn't quite catch the low score for the day...