Wodds in charge at Chevron Challenge
Tiger Woods will take a three-shot lead into the second half of the Chevron World Challenge after shooting a five-under 67 on Friday.
The former world number one showed glimpses of the form which has seen him win 14 major titles by firing two eagles and four birdies to move onto eight-under-par overall.
Woods, who hasn't won a tournament since the Australian Masters in 2009, could have been even further ahead at the halfway stage had he not carded a double bogey at the 15th.
The 35-year-old's form saw him fly past overnight leader KJ Choi, who carded a one-over 73 which included a quadruple seven at the 15th, to move back to five-under overall.
Choi is joined by Matt Kuchar in a share of second after the American carded a round of 67, including seven birdies.
Elsewhere, England's Paul Casey improved on his opening round 79 with a 68 to move to three over, while Scotland's Martin Laird is seven over after a second round 74.