Tiger Woods only two strokes behind the leader in the Wyndham Championship

Tiger Woods only two strokes behind the leader in the Wyndham Championship

Former world number one Tiger Woods made an impressive comeback in the Wyndham Championship after his last weekend’s disastrous performance, causing him to miss the chance to appear in the USA PGA Championship. Woods was compelled to give his best in the Sedgefield course, and he successfully nailed it to assure his fans that he still has some magical touch left in his golf stick.

Woods played with sheer confidence as he managed to perform three birdies for the 1st, 5th and 16th holes respectively. His outstanding performance on Saturday placed him behind Jason Gore, who is currently leading the scoreboard.

Woods confidently said that he would like to attain some birdies and give his best on Sunday to win the championship. He also added that there had been quite a good number of players with the potential possibility to beat Jason.

Woods amazingly maintained a run without committing any bogey till the 18th hole. It was a flawless performance from the legend.

Woods tried to maintain his calm and play according to his class right from the beginning. He finished the day claiming the second position with Scott and Blixt.

Former winners of Whyndham Championship Snedeker and Simpson occupied the third position with Jim Herman, Paul Casey and Cameron Percy.

Woods might win his first major after two years if he manages to keep his good form in the forthcoming round. This win will help him to gain a place in the playoff spot for the FedEx Cup, which will take place in New Jersey starting from next week.

Jason Gore, who is a long-time friend of Woods, said that he was quite happy to see that Woods had made an outstanding comeback. He was happy to confront the real Woods, whom the world once new knew for his mastery in golf.

Woods might complete his 80th PGA Tour haul, if he wins in the Sedgefield Country Club course.

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