Wellington, Mar 24(ANI): Ace golfer Tiger Woods has set himself up for a real chance at his first PGA Tour win in over two years after grasping a share of the lead after the second round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational on Friday.
Woods shot a bogey-free round of 65, and South Korean Charlie Wi reached the halfway point level at ten-under par, a stroke ahead of Northern Ireland's Graeme McDowell and in-form American Jason Dufner.
Former world number one Woods has not won on the Tour since his victory in the BMW Championship in September 2009, but has already won six titles on the Bay Hill course.
"'Fortunately I've had a few places where I've felt comfortable and played well and this is one of them. It was a solid round of golf. I actually felt like I hit it better yesterday than today but I've made more putts today for sure. I felt great over the putter," Stuff.co.nz quoted Woods, as saying.
"My speed was good, I left a couple of putts dead short right in the center of the hole and it really could have been a really low round today. A lot of positives," he added
Wi, who shared the overnight lead with Dufner, birdied four of the last six holes to remain tied at the top of the leader board. (ANI)
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