ST. ANDREWS, Scotland – Tiger Woods hadn’t even completed the first hole Friday when wins came whipping through the Old Course. The horn blew when he and playing partners Camilo Villegas and Justin Rose were on the green.
The trio walked back to the clubhouse to sit out the elements. Woods is in a tie for eighth place but has his work cut out for him if he’s to collect another claret jug. He’s seven shots behind leader Louis Oosthuizen, who has finished his second round and stands at 12-under-par 132.