Woods on the Prowl, Faxon Leads at Southern Farm

Tiger Woods continued his dominance in World Golf championships as he adds 7 under 64 to his Thursday 63. Tiger moves to a stellar 15 under, 5 strokes ahead of three players in second place, all at 10 under par. Two American Ryder Cuppers, Jim Furyk and Stewart Cink, stay tied in second place with Englishmen David Howell. Tiger refuses to give up his six straigh PGA Tour victories as Tiger will likely not only win another WGC event, but lap the entire field. Tiger eyes the Harry Vardon award for the lowest scoring average, helping his cause by shooting to round well under 70.

Back in the States, both Brad Faxon and Joe Durant are tied at the top of the leaderboard, both 9 under after two days. Several players remain in contention at the Southern Farm, including Ted Purdy, Fred Funk, and Jason Gore. Former world number one David Duval looks to improve his season with a top 10 finish, currently in 17th place. John Daly, who has struggled this season in 190th on the Money List, shot a 7 under 63 to move to 3 under for the week. Unfortunately, the Southern Farm Bureau Classic is a small purse evnt, giving few pros a good chance to improve their standing in the money list in order to retain tour cards.

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