Oozing frustration


NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. – After shooting 70 to post a 3-over 143 halfway total, Tiger Woods spoke to the media for five minutes and 15 seconds after his second round.

But he looked as though he would like to have kept it to 15 seconds.

Oozing frustration, Woods lamented failing to take advantage of another round of excellent driving.

'I was trying to get back to even par for the tournament,' he said. 'The last two days I've gone the wrong direction coming in. Instead of finishing off the round, I'm adding to it.'

On Thursday, Woods dropped four shots in the final five holes, while on Friday he bogeyed his penultimate hole, the par-3 eighth, where he missed a tiddler from barely 2 feet.

'I just absolute blocked it,' he said.