PALM HARBOR, Fla. — Nine hundred and thirty days.
That’s how long it had been since Tiger Woods, who once made tournament victories a regular occurrence, had held a lead in an official PGA Tour event. It all changed Friday.
A birdie on his 11th hole in the second round of the Valspar Championship elevated Woods into a share of the lead, and another three holes later lifted him into sole possession of that position. It was temporary, but still gratifying.
Tiger Woods in serious contention only six months after fearing career over
Tiger Woods at the top of a golf leaderboard. Alone. It’s how he always used to be, and how many never expected to see him again. And no matter how the Valspar Championship ends for him, Tiger’s second round is a surprise, even for him.
The biggest difference for Woods was that he eliminated the mistakes which had plagued his three previous starts this year, posting a 3-under 68 that followed an opening-round 70. Friday ended with Woods part of a five-way tie
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