Tigers Woods doesn’t seem to be having the same putting problems that kept him from taking a run for a win last week. Woods has put together 2 good rounds to find himself only 2 strokes off the lead trailing the new golfing sensation Rory McIlroy in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Woods had 28 putts in his first round and 30 in his second, not the best putting but he hasn’t putted himself out of contention, not yet anyway.
Tiger Woods shot a 3 under par 68 in his second round after going low with a 64 in his first round. Woods would like nothing better than to claim one of these FedEx play-offs. Tiger made five birdies and 2 bogeys in his second round at the TPC Boston, amazingly enough both of Tiger’s bogeys came on par threes, not the same iron play we have come to expect from Woods but at least he kept his mistakes to a minimum and at the time being is only 2 shots out of the lead.
Woods has had problems stringing 4 good rounds together for some time now. Many are still expecting Woods to fall apart, is it going to happen? We don’t know but we here at USA Sports 360 will keep you informed…..
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