Tiger ties major scoring record with 63

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, August 10th, 2007
Categories: PGA TourTiger Woods

2007 PGA Championship Day Two

Tiger Woods birdied the first hole and never looked back. He had a putt for 62 today which went IN the hole and somehow lipped out. That 62 would have given him sole possession of the lowest score in major championship history. Instead he’ll have to settle for a tie with Jack Nicklaus, Greg Norman, Nick Price, Johnny Miller and a few others at 63.

Going into the weekend Tiger holds the lead by two shots. He’s an unbeatable front-runner so far. He looked so good last week with an eight shot win and still looks amazing and like the tournament is his to loose. The media will be going Tiger crazy now.

Scott Verplank is continuing a surprisingly good year and is currently holding down 2nd place.

Graeme Storm led after day one but faded with a 76.

John Daly held on better than I anticipated today, with a three over 73. He spent a lot of time in the casino and not on the course practicing. He’s at even par.

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