Masters Golf Tournament 2010 update: It was a surprise for all Tiger Woods’ fans and haters out there as round 2 results came out in today’s updated Masters Leaderboard – the world’s number 1 golfer climbed at the 3rd spot.
Yesterday, we saw Tiger Woods performed two shots of the lead with a first-round 68. That left Woods tied for seventh on four under, alongside Britain’s Ian Poulter, having recorded his best ever start at Augusta National Golf Club by two shots. However, it seemed that Tiger Woods’ professional golf skills were left untainted by the infidelity issues he currently faced.
In Friday’s performance, Tiger Woods plodded making one par after another, mixing in the occasional birdie, avoiding any major mistakes. Again showing no rustiness from his long 5-month layoff in his professional golf career, Woods shot a 2-under 70 advancing him to the top 3 position together tied with K. Choi, R. Barnes, A. Kim, and P. Mickelson.
“It feels good to be back in contention, I’ve put myself in contention most years here. This year, I’m right there. We’ve got 36 more holes and I’m sure the golf course, they’re not going to make it easy for us,” Tiger Woods said.
Well done Tiger Woods. If this continues, we might again see you wearing another green jacket this Sunday evening as the champion of the Masters Golf Tournament 2010. Prove yourself once again to the world that you are still the undisputed number 1 professional golf champion.
Below is the current Masters Leaderboard with L. Westwood and I. Pouter tied at first. Stay tuned to us for more updates on the Masters Golf Tournament 2010.