At Tour Championship, Tiger Woods shares 36-hole lead for first time since 2015

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ATLANTA — In several instances where Tiger Woods was a weekend contender during his 2018 comeback season, he found himself looking up at the leaders, fighting his way into contention, only to come up short.

Now, for the first time in more than three years, he has a share of the 36-hole lead in a PGA Tour event, having battled through a poor ball-striking day at East Lake Golf Club on Friday but still shooting a 2-under 68 to tie No. 1-ranked Justin Rose.

The duo will tee off last in Saturday’s third round of the Tour Championship, both holding a two-shot advantage over Rory McIlroy.

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