Tiger Woods — Getty ImagesThere is nothing sexy about an even par round at most golf tournaments. We normally talk about those rounds with tons of circles and few squares, forgetting that at some events, just making a few pars in a row takes all the talent in the world.
Tiger Woods did just that on Friday at the U.S. Open. His second round ended just the way it started, at even par, and he now sits at 3-over for the championship which is not all bad considering how Merion Golf Club is playing right now.
Woods had a chance to break 70 for much of his round, but some loose shots coming in and continued problems with the speed of these USGA greens kept him from possibly posting the low round of the morning group. Still, Tiger hasn't had his best stuff at all this week and currently sits six shots back which if you're paying any attention is sure to diminish as Phil Mickelson and the rest of the afternoon leaders take to their second rounds on a golf course that is just ready to take a big bite out of yourRead More »from Tiger Woods puts together a solid second round at the U.S. Open