Tiger 4 shots back: 'Feel like I'm right there'


The 2016 Honda Classic champion was even par on the other 33 holes to make the cut on the number.

Justin Thomas, Daniel Berger and South African Louis Oosthuizen all shot 72s to join Belgium's Thomas Pieters (70) in a quartet tied for seventh on 139. While the Weather Channel forecasts possible morning rain showers, which could make the greens a little more receptive, sustained winds of around 14 miles per hour are still expected to increase the degree of difficulty on tee and approach shots. "I'm really pleased the way I played".

"It's unfortunate that the greens have changed this much in a year". But the key is to keep hitting balls onto the greens and give myself looks at it.

Rory McIlroy shot a second consecutive 72 but defending champion Rickie Fowler failed to make the projected cut after a 76 for a 147 total. "I mean, they typically get slick and quick on the weekend because they dry out, but at least there's some sort of surface".

Early starter List made five birdies in a four-under 66 to surge up the leaderboard with the low round of the day after he had opened with a one-over 71 on Thursday. The ball in the water at 15 led to a double-bogey, and when Woods three-putted the par-4 16th for a bogey to fall back to 2 over, he was standing on some shaky ground.

"I'm just being very steady, " he said.

Fellow American Lovemark later shot a 69 for a share of the halfway lead. "One swing out here can cost you three shots".

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Woods had three birdies, a bogey and a double. One bad hole nearly led Rory McIlroy to have a free weekend, as well. List has made seven birdies this week, compared to one bogey and the triple.

Luke List is seeking his first PGA Tour victory.

He responded immediately with a birdie, splitting the fairway at the sixth with a two-iron and draining a six-foot putt.

"I played quite steady my front nine, which was the back nine, then I just scrambled my way around the front nine", Noren said.

PGA National played more than three strokes over par on Friday, with the 190-yard 17th playing as the most hard hole on the course. Instead, he came up a yard short and into the water, made double bogey and shot 72. Scott won here two years ago despite making a quadruple-bogey on No. 15 in the third round.

After back-to-back pars on Holes 5 and 6, Woods remains at even and is tied for 14th. "So that's one of the reasons why I started thing pretty far left and hit a pretty big cut in there because I had just too much stick. We are also having discussions about going up on a second level at the Goslings Bear Trap", says Kennerly.