After 36 holes, JB Holmes had set out on course to remain at the top of the game.
He however made a mess of the final hole and double bogeyed the 12th, thus running up an ugly triple bogey seven which saw him slip to seven under.
The 10 out of the remaining 16 players on the field at Albany went on to break 70 on a second day that could be described as a high quality one. This came on the heels of a low score from Woods.
At the third position, sit the duo of Matt Kuchar and Oosthuizen. Bubba Watson, the defending champion was able to propel himself into fifth place, after he scored a sparkling nine under 63 – the day’s low round.
At both the third and sixth holes, Watson rolled in eagle putts and a third birdie at the ninth, which took him to the turn in just 29 blows. At the long 11th however, he came close to another eagle. Read more »