Woods weekend of hors doeuvres
The leaders look like they will make for nice weekend snacks for their favorite player to devour.
Other than Woods, there wasn’t a player in the top 100 in the world rankings within the top 24 names on the leaderboard.
Because Woods typically plays the toughest events, it’s hard to remember him trying to beat a weaker field.
Here are the leaders, their 36-hole scores and their world rankings (in parenthesis) as this is being written:
Michael Letzig -12 (200th)
Vaughn Taylor -11 (319th)
Kevin Stadler -10 (360th)
Roland Thatcher -10 (393rd)
Steve Lowery -10 (311th)
Tiger Woods -10 (1st)
Troy Matteson -9 (306th)
Mark Brooks -9 (579th)
Charles Warren -9 (343rd)
Leif Olson -9 (1,077th)
John Senden -9 (107th).
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