With Sergio Garcia in the house after shooting an even-par 71 to remain at six under, Tiger Woods and his caddie, Steve Williams, knew they had work to do on Friday.
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Woods was not as accurate with his driver on Friday as he was on Thursday. He hit only 5 of 15 fairways, as opposed to 12 of 15 in the first round, and found the deep rough several times.
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Woods had eight one-putts and 10 two-putts on Friday.
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Woods's approach shot on the par-4 10th went right and landed in a stand of trees. He hit a delicate pitch that sailed inches from a tree, landed on the green and rolled to within a foot of the hole for a tap-in par.
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His bunker shot on No. 8 ran 10 feet past the hole and led to a bogey.
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Woods missed the green with this tee shot on the 183-yard, par-3 8th hole and landed in a bunker.
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Woods found several of Carnoustie's bunkers on Friday.
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Woods watched his second shot on the par-5 6th hole after a drive that went left and nearly out of bounds. In the first round, Woods made eagle on the hole, which is known as "Hogan's Alley," but he settled for par on Friday.
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Woods's approach shot on No. 4 landed closer to the scoreboard than the green, but he was able to pitch out of the deep rough and save par to remain one over for the day.
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After sending his opening tee shot into the Barry Burn and making a double-bogey 6, Woods ripped this tee shot on the par-4 2nd hole en route to a birdie.
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Woods's second round 74 left him seven shots behind Sergio Garcia going into Saturday's play at the 136th Open Championship.
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