Dubai: Tiger Woods 2nd round 66 – McIlroy still leads

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, February 11th, 2011
Categories: European TourGolf MediaPro GolfTiger Woods

The 2nd round in the Dubai Desert Classic is completed, even though it is being aired right now on Golf Channel.  Tiger Woods improved his position considerably by shooting a 66 today with six birdies and no bogeys.  TW has moved up to a tie for 5th, and has basically won the battle of the big three by shooting a lower score over the first two days than his pairing partners  Lee Westwood and Martin Kaymer.  Westwood’s tweets are silent right now.

Rory McIlroy is still on top after shooting 68 on day two.  He sits at -11.

2nd place has two players at -10, South African Thomas Aiken and surprisingly Sergio Garcia.  Has Sergio gotten it together now?

Tiger Headlines – The Tiger pun-cheese begins

Here are a few sample Tiger Woods headlines for today…

“Tiger Woods goes from a limp to a swagger with a second-round 66 in Dubai”

“Tiger Woods claws back in Dubai.”

“Tiger Woods fires 66 to roar into Dubai contention.”

“Tiger Woods finds desert form as Rory McIlroy revels in lead.”

“Tiger roars into contention with 66.”

“Tiger hungry for success.”

…Stop me any time.

One response to “Dubai: Tiger Woods 2nd round 66 – McIlroy still leads”

  1. Golf Teaching Aid says:

    Shaping up to be a nice leaderboard in Dubai – I’m hoping for a Woods McIlroy final pairing!