Tiger Woods is 2-under par through 10 holes in Round 2 of the 2012 Deutsche Bank championship, two strokes off his pace from Round 1. Tiger birdied the first five holes in the first round, but on Saturday birdied only the first two before bogeying Hole 3. He currently sits tied for third place at 9-under.
Some prominent names have finished for the day: Rory McIlroy took the lead in Round 2, climbing five spots to 12-under with his second consecutive score of 65. Ryan Moore is two strokes behind him, and Seung-Yul Noh, who opened the day in the lead, is part of the 9-under cluster in third.
Local representatives in the field had a mixed day. Stockton's Ricky Barnes is 3-over both in Round 2 and overall. Nick Watney, a native of Sacramento and a Fresno State alum, did a bit better and sits at 1-over. Spencer Levin, also of Sacramento, withdrew from the tournament on Friday after shooting an 80.
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