ST. LOUIS — After a stalled out Round 1 left Tiger Woods looking like his major season was on life support, Big Cat revived himself in Round 2 at the 2018 PGA Championship with a 4-under 66 to get to 4 under for the week, six back of leader Gary Woodland after 36 holes.
Woods’ second round at Bellerive extended into Saturday morning as weather suspended play with his ball sitting in the eighth fairway and three birdies already under his belt. Woods started from there at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday and made his fourth birdie in his first eight holes.
A delicate three-hole stretch to open the second nine led to two bogeys (but also another birdie). Tiger three-putted, failed to get up and down from 33 feet and any inkling of still being in — like, truly in — the event was fading. But again he summoned the thing he always seems to be able to summon at these majors, and he played the rest of the way 1 under for the 66.
The apex came at the par-5 17th. Woods sat at 3 under and knew he needed at least one more to get into the cusp of contention. From outside the top 25 with two rounds left to inside the top 20. He hit a
Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/golf/news/tiger-woods-score-six-birdies-in-round-2-leads-to-big-move-at-2018-pga-championship/
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