sábado, 6 de diciembre de 2014

Tiger Woods carded an improved second-round 70 but remains in last position at the Hero World Challenge in Florida.

Tiger Woods

The 38-year-old, who is making his competitive comeback after four months out injured, scored a disappointing 77 in his opening round on Thursday.
But he performed better on Friday, with only a double-bogey on the last hole preventing him dipping into the 60s.
Swede Henrik Stenson's 68 gave him the lead on nine-under, a shot ahead of Patrick Reed and England's Justin Rose.
Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell followed up his opening round of 68 with a 73 to leave him on three-under and three places above Woods.
"It wasn't a whole lot different [than the opening round]," American 14-time major winner Woods told Sky Sports. "I maybe hit two less worse shots than I did yesterday, but it really wasn't that much different."
Woods, who has had back surgery and was playing his first competitive tournament since missing the cut at the US PGA Championship in August, opened with a birdie but gave that shot back on eight before an eagle on the par-five 13th brought his round to life.
A birdie followed on 14 and another on 16 had Woods four under for the day but a rain delay of around 90 minutes after he came off 17 halted his momentum and a flat finish on the last meant he was three-over for the tournament, which he annually hosts.
"Sometimes it takes me a few holes, sometimes it can only take me a shot to feel like I'm back into tournament mode," he added.
"It all depends on my preparation, but also it depends on my feels."
Four Americans - Bubba Watson, Jimmy Walker, Rickie Fowler and Zach Johnson - are in third on seven-under.

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