The first two days of the 2011 PGA Championship are nearly complete and it has been an eventful tournament to say the least. Tiger Woods played some of the worst golf of his career, Americans Jason Dufner and Keegan Bradley currently lead the tournament at 5-under and both Robert Garrigus and Ryan Moore are in contention with weekend play looming. The projected cut was set at +4 for the tournament.
Garrigus shot an even-70 for the second day in a row to place him solidly in a tie for 17th place. He birdied on the first and ninth holes and bogeyed the eighth and fifteenth to bring his even on the day. With two days to play and a course that has been unkind to many this week, all he needs to is maintain his solid play to make a late run on Sunday.
Moore shot one-under on Friday and it appears he will just make the cut to continue playing. He had four birdies, a bogey and a double bogey on the fifteenth hole, but had flashes of brilliance on Friday and still has a chance to make a run. He will need a big Saturday, though.
Tiger Woods shot a 73 on Friday to bring him to 10-over for the tournament. He will be cut and his continued struggles will be debated for days to come. He appeared healthy and he drove the ball well, but his accuracy, short-game and putting were all a mess.
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