The second round of the 2012 Tour Championship has wrapped up. There were numerous movers both up and down the leaderboard, including Tiger Woods. After a strong showing on Thursday, Woods struggled on Friday and shot 3-over-par to drop his overall score to 1-under for the tournament. He is now tied 12th place after entering the day as the co-leader.
Jim Furyk was the big mover in the second round, shooting six-under par to improve his overall score to 7-under and a spot atop the leaderboard. Furyk birdied seven of his first 10 holes, although two bogeys late on the Back 9 stopped him from having a historic day at East Lake Golf Club.
Justin Rose sits in second place at 6-under through 36 holes. He entered the day tied with Woods for the lead. Bubba Watson and Bo Van Pelt were solid yet again and sit at 5-under, while Dustin Johnson and Matt Kuchar are tied for fifth place at 4-under.
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