Tiger Woods almost gets the Record

Tiger Woods has obtained nearly every record in golf. In the second round of the PGA Championship, he came inches from obtaining another one.

He shot a 63, tying him with 20 other players for the best round ever recorded in a major championship. However, shot #62, which would have gave him the record actually went into the cup for a breath of a second and then came back out. 63 is the lowest round Woods has ever shot in a major round. His career low in a PGA event is 61 -- which he has accomplished three times.

The good news for him is that he has a two stroke lead going into the third round. Even more impressive is the day when you consider he started the day in 23rd place. Woods is 7-0 in major championships when he is at least tied for the lead entering the third round.

Scott Verplank is two stroke behind Woods. Others making the cut include John Daly, Ernie Els, Stuart Appleby, Reteif Goosen, Padraig Harrington, Phil Mickelson, KJ Choi, Corey Pavin and Boo Weekley.

Among those who missed the cut: Vijay Singh, 2007 Masters Champion Zach Johnson, Rory Sabbatini and 2007 US Open winner Angel Cabrera.

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