Woods fires 65, almost aces No. 12.
Tiger Woods posts a bogey-free 7 under 65, including a near hole-in-one in the second round of the Hero World Challenge.
Tiger has a lot to happy about with second round play.
Bob Harig and Michael Collins break down Tiger Woods' second round at the Hero World Challenge and how his play is improving.
Tiger goes bogey-free, shoots 65 in 2nd round
In a round that included several vintage shots evoking highlights from his past, Tiger Woods fired a 7-under 65 at the Hero World Challenge. He also nearly aced the par-3 12th hole.
Tiger feeling comfortable on golf course.
Tiger Woods explains why after two rounds he is now feeling more comfortable playing golf.
Tiger's body feeling better Friday.
Tiger Woods talks after the second round at the Hero World Challenge, where he is feeling better physically than he was earlier in the week.
Tiger just misses hole-in-one.
On the 12th hole, Tiger Woods hits a beautiful tee shot that misses going in by about a foot. He would birdie the hole.
Stone leads Schwartzel by 1 at Alfred Dunhill
Brandon Stone made an eagle on the last hole to jump into a one-shot lead after the second round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Friday.
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Dodt leads, Scott in the hunt at Australian PGA
If Adam Scott is to win a second Australian PGA Championship title, he must overcome a four-shot deficit from leader Andrew Dodt going into the weekend at Royal Pines.
The Tiger who can win golf tournaments is still in there.
Michael Collins explains the difference between what happened on Tiger Woods' first eight holes compared to his last ten and then looks ahead to Friday's round of play.
Don't be too down on Tiger.
Jason Sobel and Bob Harig believe that Tiger Woods has a lot to be proud of after his performance in the Hero World Challenge.
Woods brilliant, then rusty, in return
After Tiger Woods finished his 1-over-par 73 in his return to competitive golf Thursday at the Hero World Challenge, it turned out his new normal might still be pretty normal.
Tiger's hot start tempered by rough finish.
After a strong performance on the front nine, Tiger Woods records two double-bogeys over his last three holes and finishes with a 1-over-par 73 at the Hero World Challenge.
Monster banking on more Tiger wins
Monster Energy's multiyear deal to sponsor Tiger Woods' golf bag gives them a "transcendent, legendary athlete" to go with their largely action sports and motorsports spokespeople.
Tiger hits gorgeous tee shot.
Tiger Woods hits his tee shot on the eighth hole within feet of the pin and would make the birdie to get to 4 under for the day, which briefly put him in a tie for the lead. He finished at 1-over-par 73 after a back-nine 40.
Schwartzel, Dunne lead in South Africa
Defending champion and four-time winner Charl Schwartzel and Irishman Paul Dunne led the way after the opening round of the Alfred Dunhill Championship.
Are violent golf swings part of Tiger's past now?
With a more under-control golf swing, Tiger Woods showed he can still go low -- and he did exactly that in Round 2 at the Hero World Challenge.
Spieth hopes Tiger's back to his best.
World number 5 Jordan Spieth spoke ahead of Tiger Woods' return to golf.
Scott closes in on lead at Australian PGA
Adam Scott can relax and watch Tiger Woods' return to action on Thursday knowing he's in a good position going into the second round of the Australian PGA Championship.
Spieth focused on what he needs to improve.
Two-time major champion Jordan Spieth chatted with ESPN.com's Michael Collins at the Hero World Challenge and explained how he can avoid the pressure of his past successes.
U.S. Ryder Cup stars' plea: 'Make Tiger Great Again'
How badly do the top players in the world want Tiger Woods to return to greatness? They went to extraordinary lengths (and outfits) to show their support for the 14-time major winner.
Why No. 898 Tiger Woods is about to surge in rankings
As long as he finishes all four rounds of this week's Hero World Challenge, Tiger Woods will move up a minimum of 150 places in the Official World Golf Ranking.
Johnson expects Tiger to play well.
Dustin Johnson knows Tiger Woods will be ready to compete and feels he will do well at the Hero World Challenge.
Spieth hoping for the best for Tiger.
Jordan Spieth talks about Tiger Woods' return to the golf course and his hope that everyone gives Tiger time to return to form.
Tiger happy to be out playing in Pro-Am.
Tiger Woods talks about his Pro-Am round at the Hero World Challenge and says he is focused ahead of his round tomorrow.
"You have to take the points here." "Don't go for two until you have to." "Run the ball here because if you don't go anywhere you can just run out the clock." It's time for unwritten rules to go.
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