AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2012: Tiger Woods Shoots 2-Under 68 At Monterrey

Tiger Woods' second day at the 2012 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am took him to the Monterrey Peninsula Country Club where he hoped to improve on his opening-round 68. He ended up shooting a 68 once again, though this one came on the par-70 course instead of yesterday's par-72.

Tiger is now 6-under after two rounds and went into the clubhouse six-back of leader Charles Wi (-12).

Woods got going early, making birdie on the 391-yard par-4 first at Monterey Peninsula but gave it back after finding a fairway bunker off the tee on the par-4 fourth hole, which he bogeyed. Things got cooking on the sixth and seventh holes, which Tiger both birdied and he went into the turn with a 2-under 32.

Tiger continues to take advantage of the par-5s with another birdie, this time on the par-5 12th. After a bogey on the par-4 16th, and a par on the par-4 17th,Woods called it a day. Thirty-three putts revealed a serious issue with his short-game. However, he's still well within striking distance of the leaders heading into the weekend.

Meanwhile, Phil Mickelson made a run on his second day. Following a 70 on the first day, Mickelson shot a 5-under 65 on Friday, pushing him to 7-under overall and just five shots off the leader. Keep this up and Tiger and Phil could find themselves buddying up this weekend at some point.

For live scores, click here. For the latest updates, follow this StoryStream. Check out the SB Nation blog Waggle Room as well.

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