The 2012 AT&T National is now a match play tournament, with Tiger Woods and Bo Van Pelt battling back-and-forth as play winds down at Congressional. The two are three up on the rest of the field, and playing in the same group in what's become a head-to-head battle. Both are tied for the lead at 8-under, and both are playing stroke-for-stroke at the moment.
Woods is in a groove, sitting at 2-under for the day and striking the ball rather well. Two birdies on the front got him to 8-under, in solo first for the tournament. But he's gone quiet since a birdie on nine, recording pars on the next five holes.
Van Pelt, meanwhile, played the front at 1-under, then birdied the 11th to move into a tie for the lead. He's also been solid, putting well and striking the ball nicely as he battles Tiger.
If you're looking for some Sunday fun, tune in for some fun match play action.