Tiger Woods had his game and his smile in major-championship form Friday at the Masters.
Woods sits one shot off the lead heading into weekend play after posting a 68 in Round 2 at Augusta National.
The 43-year-old, four-time Masters champion Woods is one of nine players either in the lead or one shot back.
Woods kept his driver in check, mashing fairway after fairway, and drained a few putt that threw the golf universe into a time machine that landed in 2000.
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Here is some of what he had to say after his round:
On hearing the ‘Tiger Roars’ at Augusta
“I feel like I played my way back into the tournament … It feels good.”
On security-guard incident at 14
“I’m fine. It’s all good. Accidents happen.”
On his missed putts
“I missed a few putts out there. But I’m not bummed about it. I hit my lines. I can live with that … The only two bad putts I missed were on the same hole.”