Tavistock Cup 2012 Day 2: Team Queenwood Takes Commanding Lead, Tiger Woods 2-Under Through 9

The 2012 Tavistock Cup continues with stroke play on Day 2. The teams split up Tuesday, with one player each from Team Albany, Team Isleworth, Team Lake Nona and Team Queenwood forming foursomes. Tiger Woods is at 2-under through nine holes, and is behind Graeme McDowell of Lake Nona (4-under) and Thomas Bjorn of Queenwood (3-under) in what is on pace to finish as the best foursome of the day. Woods and Team Albany (29-under) trail Team Isleworth (30-under) and Team Queenwood (38-under) with all players now on the back nine.

Justin Rose (Albany), Robert Allenby (Isleworth) and Retief Goosen (Lake Nona) are also at 4-under for the day, through 11, 14 and 13 holes, respectively. For the day Lake Nona is shooting 14-under, Isleworth is shooting 4-under and Albany is shooting 6-under.

Team Queenwood is in fourth place by a mile, shooting 19-under for the tournament and 2-under for the day. David Howell is at 2-over with bogeys on the 6th and 10th holes. Ian Poulter of Team Albany is in last place on the individual leaderboard, shooting 3-over through 10 holes. You can find a full Day 2 leaderboard at the Tavistock Cup website.

For more on the Tavistock Cup and golf in general, head to SB Nation's Golf Hub and golf blog Waggle Room.

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