PGA Championship 2012: Tiger Woods Takes Lead

The afternoon wave of the PGA Championship's second round is underway, and noted golf enthusiast Tiger Woods is making a charge up the leaderboard on a difficult Kiawah Island Ocean Course. After a double bogey by Gary Woodland, he's on top of it.

Woods is 2-under through his first four holes of the day and is now 5-under for the tournament. Woodland sits at 4-under with four other golfers, including clubhouse leader Vijay Singh.

Tiger's success to this point has been by virtue of his red-hot putter, which has translated to 30 putts in his last 24 holes of golf.

Meanwhile, 49-year-old Singh has been the story of the day, and Japan's Ryo Ishikawa is also playing well, currently at 4-under.

For a full, live leaderboard, visit Golf.com.

For news and updates throughout the week at the PGA Championship, stay tuned to this StoryStream. For all your golf news as the playoffs approach, visit SB Nation's golf hub.

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