Tiger Woods Continues in Match Play

Tiger Woods road to his eighth consecutive PGA victory appears a little closer. After six holes, Woods was 5-up. He had a 5-4 victory and the shortest match of the second round.

Perhaps equally important, no other player seeded in the top 8 is still in contention.

Phil Mickelson was stunned by Justin Rose. Rose won the match 3 - 1.

In overtime, Chad Campbell beat Jim Furyk with a birdie.

The next round, Woods will face Nick O'Hern. O'Hern beat Woods two years ago at La Costa. The ball is traveling further in the desert air. During round one, Woods was hitting his 3-wood 300 yards ... during round two, he was hitting his 5-wood the same distance.

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