Tiger Woods shoots 67 in second round of Deutsche Bank
Tiger Woods trails Sergio Garcia at the Deutsche Bank Championship but he's not out of the mix quite yet. It will take a big Sunday though.
If Woods can make a run at Garcia on Sunday we could be in for a Players Championship-like finish again which would (obviously) be all kinds of fun.
Woods only had one bogey on his card and actually shot a 32 on the back nine:
Despite the score Woods wasn't totally pleased with his round.
"I had a hard time hitting the putts hard enough. They were snagging in the grain a little bit."
It's a wonder he didn't have more issues with his drives given the rowdy Boston crowd.
Tiger about to hit on 17, but backs off bc of camera phone click. Phil calls out, "you in the pink shirt, stop it!"— Stephanie Wei (@StephanieWei) August 31, 2013
Woods is actually hitting the ball extremely well this week though his putting has been lacking a tad. According to @gctigertracker Woods is T5 in greens in regulation and just T48 in total putts.
Tiger is T20 so he has a lot of guys in front of him but oh the fun we could have if he could somehow wriggle his way into a group with Garcia on Monday.
Also, Stephanie Wei tweeted this after Woods' round. I thought it was interesting that Mickelson and Woods were signing together and just a crazy look at the lives these guys live.
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