Woods in 'good spot' at tough Muirfield
World number one Tiger Woods reckoned Friday he was well positioned for an assault on the British Open and said others would struggle to match his score after two rounds of the British Open. The 14-time major winner was tied for the clubhouse lead at two under halfway through day two on a Muirfield course where the sun-baked greens and fairways were treacherously quick. These guys have to go out this afternoon and obviously play a golf course that's quick and it's drying out and with a different wind.
Just continue being patient, putting the ball in the right spots," he said.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at The New Age Online