Tiger Woods may be playing with a recently healed hurt arm, but that isn't stopping him from surviving during the tournament! He just put up a respectable even-par score of 71 during an increasingly treacherous second round!
He's in the top five, and had the following to say about it:
"I'm in a good spot. I'm tied for the clubhouse lead I think now with Henrik [Stenson] and Westie [Lee Westood]. These guys have to go out this afternoon and obviously play a golf course that's quick, and it's drying out and with a different wind. So it will be tough out there."
Even though he's in a good spot, you have to understand how tough that course is. He explains:
"It was difficult out there today. The wind obviously is a completely different direction than it was yesterday. On top of that we've had quite a bit of moisture on the greens overnight [because of light watering]. We actually made a couple of ball marks early. It obviously changed a lot as we were playing along. Our last four holes — our last five holes — it got awfully quick."
Regardless of how it is out there, Tiger is handling it all like the champ that he is. We guess that's why he's the professional!
Good luck going into the weekend, Tiger!
[Image via AP Images.]
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