Tiger Woods came in as a favorite to win the final tournament of the FedExCup playoffs, but after an underwhelming first two rounds, he is way behind TOUR Championship leader Henrik Stenson, who is carving up the course in Atlanta. Woods shot a 1-over 71 Friday to put him at 4-over for the tournament, while Stenson leads at 9-under.
Stenson paced the field with a 6-under 64 on Thursday, and he is 3-under on his second round through eight holes. His sharp play has him five strokes ahead of the closest competition -- Adam Scott, Jordan Spieth and Roberto Castro are tied for second at 4-under, just ahead of a big group tied at 3-under.
If Stenson is able to hang on to the lead he's built and win this tournament, he'll claim the FedExCup title and the $10 million prize that comes with it. Here's a look at the top of the current leaderboard: