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Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy off to torrid start at Aronimink

Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy off to torrid start at Aronimink

"I hit it just as good and putt it just as good, " Woods said.

McIlroy was at 8 under and still had two holes to play. Woods went back to his trusty putter that helped him win 13 of his 14 majors and the move paid off big time. "I've hit putts with it". I missed a couple of short ones and I felt the greens were a little slower today. When I got away from it, and back when I was using the Nike putter, I'd always bring it out and hit putts with it.

He added another birdie on the first hole, his 10th of the day, to get to seven-under. "Disappointed I didn't play in the pro-am but also it was the best thing for me". "I hit a lot of lovely putts that were on the top of the edge, and then obviously hit a couple bad ones on the last hole, but looked like all the putts were going to in".

"But it's hard to stay patient after what I did [on Thursday]". "I lose strength and I lose power and endurance".

"I have given myself some good chances and here's another one".

McIlroy plodded to a 69 to fall four strokes behind, while Woods (70) bogeyed the final two holes to slip five back. Fox is four under after two rounds.

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European - Hideto Tanihara shot a bogey-free 4-under 66 to lead by two shots after the European Masters second round in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.

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One thing's for certain: if gifted young American Xander Schauffele does hang on against that stellar group of pursuers, he will give U.S. captain Jim Furyk an almighty headache before the announcement on Monday.

The Swede tamed the blustery conditions at Lighthouse Golf and Spa Resort, carding a five-under 66 to lead by a shot from Peter Baker and former Irish Open champion Stephen Dodd.

It's never easy to back up a low round, but overnight rain made the Aronimink Golf Club course even more susceptible to low scoring.

Leona Maguire, who was tied third in her last start, was among the afternoon starters.

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