Dubai Desert Classic's Leader once was ball retriever for Woods

Fate makes folks cross strange paths, sometimes. After round two of the Dubai Desert Classic, Ross Fisher, 26, an Englishman, is leading. Tiger Woods is five strokes behind Fisher.

Fisher only encountered Woods once before. When he was 18, he worked at a driving range at the World Match Play Championship in Wentworth, England. Fisher said he picked up Tiger Woods' golf balls. He has never spoken to him. The possibility exists, though, that the twosome could be together this weekend.

Woods had five birdes and no bogies, but trouble with his putting game continued.

Play was delayed for two hours due to an unlikely thunderstorm. Ernie Els had an eagle on the 13th which put him two strokes behind the leader. But, play was cut short by darkness.

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