It's going to be a shootout down the stretch at the 2011 Chevron World Challenge as tournament host Tiger Woods is looking for his first victory since 2009, though Zach Johnson is trying his best to make sure that doesn't happen.
Zach began the day with a one shot lead over Tiger, though a birdie on the par 5 2nd tied them at -8 apiece. Both men would eventually bogey the 8th to drop back to -7 heading to the back nine. Tiger has had the much steadier round thus far as Johnson has two bogies and two birdies on his card already.
Luckily both have separated themselves from the rest of the field by a fairly wide margin as Paul Casey sits tied for third at -3 with Hunter Mahan, Matt Kuchar and K.J. Choi,, so the possibility of a charge from behind will be slim.
Webb Simpson and Martin Laird have the lowest rounds of the day going thus far at -3 par respectfully,
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