Friday, November 11, 2011

Tiger Woods takes the lead

Tiger Woods confirmed that his recovery is on track to position itself as the new leader of Australia's Open golf, played in Sydney, after the second day.

Woods, former world number one, was firm in the long game and calm on the putts to sign a card of 67 strokes for a total of 135. It is the first time the U.S. led a tournament since the third round of the Chevron last year.

"I played really well. Although I've finished five under par for the course, could have been even with eight or nine," said Tiger, who has a one-stroke lead over Australian Peter O'Malley, who finished the day with 66 .

The local also Jason Day, who played in the same party that Woods signed 68 and is third on two hits in the U.S., whose compatriot Bubba Watson is one quarter to three.


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