Tiger Woods’ 62 Friday at Target World Challenge gives him the lead

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Target World Challenge: Round 2 As the sun shone brightly on Sherwood Country Club Friday during the second round of the Target World Challenge, the event's host, Tiger Woods, reminded everyone why he's the No. 1-ranked player in the world. Woods, who lost the lead Thursday after making a double-bogey on the 18th hole, was firing on all cylinders Friday. He made eight birdies and an eagle to shoot 62 and has the lead at 13 under.
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Brett Wetterich's round got off to a shaky start as he drove his ball under a tree on the first hole. He scrambled to make par, but he posted his second 73 and is 14th in the 16-man field.
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Mark Calcavecchia had an up-and-down back nine Friday, making three bogeys, three birdies and three pars. He scored a one-under 71 for the day.
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Colin Montgomerie bounced back from Thursday's disastrous 80 with a 67 on Friday.
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Sweden's Henrik Stenson—winner of this season's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship—shot an even-par 72.
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Vijay Singh was five under for the day Friday after making an eagle on the 570-yard, par-5 16th hole. But a bogey on the 17th forced Singh to settle for a 68 on the day.
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This approach shot on the 459-yard, par-4 4th hole led to a birdie for Ireland's Padraig Harrington. The British Open champ surged into fourth place with a 67.
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Masters champ Zach Johnson blasted out of the thick stuff on the 5th hole and went on the make birdie. He shot 67 Friday and is five shots behind Woods.
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Jim Furyk had the lead at the start of play Friday after shooting a 68 in the first round. His 67 on Friday put him in second place, four behind Woods.
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The good news for South Africa's Rory Sabbatini was that he made two birdies and an eagle on Friday. The bad news? He also made two bogeys, a double-bogey and three triple-bogeys to card an 81.