So much for a Tiger slump


So much for hovering around the cut line. Tiger Woods began his second round this morning with four birdies and an eagle in his first five holes. At 10 and 11 (his first two holes of the day), Tiger holed putts of nine and six feet respectively. At the 340-yard par-4 13th he took advantage of a well-placed tee shot and chipped in from 35 yards for eagle. He kept the under-par streak going with birdies at 13 and 14.

Woods is looking to rebound from a less-than-stellar first round that had him sitting in 95th place.