Is Tiger Back To Being Tiger?
Tiger is absolutely Destroying the TPC Blue Monster
Playing together Rory McIlroy and of course Luke Donald, Tiger was showing signs of his former dominant self yesterday as he takes a two stroke lead heading into “moving up Saturday” and Championship Sunday at the 2013 WGC-Cadillac Championship.
The world’s number two golfer turned in a 7-under scorecard (65) in the second round, absolutely destroying the TPC Blue Monster in Miami.
Woods registered eight birdies versus one bogey to gain him a total score of thirteen under par, two full strokes in front of of Graeme McDowell and three better than fan favorite Phil Mickelson.
Tiger’s play has not only placed him head and shoulders above the rest of the field, but he also recorded his all time personal best of 17 red scores (under par) thru the first thirty-six holes, breaking his own personal best 16 birdies and/or eagles in any other first two rounds of a tournament.
No predictions here, anything can happen with thirty-six holes to play.
Here is what the top of the leader board look like: