After struggling in round 1 of the 2011 Arnold Palmer Invitational, Tiger Woods has come out scoring in the second round at Bay Hill. After a bogey on the third hole, Woods put together a bogey-free run that included four birdies. He is now 2-under for the tournament and within striking distance of the top of the leaderboard.
Speaking of the top, Spencer Levin sits alone there at 7-under for the tournament. He built on his strong 6-under in round 1 with a 1-under in the second round. Close behind Levin is Steve Marino, followed by a host of players at 2 and 3-under par.
Several of the big name golfers in the field are yet to begin their second round, including Phil Mickelson, who posted a 2-under in the opening round, and Bubba Watson, who also sits at 2-under par.
View the complete 2011 Arnold Palmer Invitational leaderboard here.