Tiger Woods leads the WGC-Cadillac Championship at 13-under, with a group of the top stars in the game right behind him.
Graeme McDowell finished his Friday round and is at 11-under for the tournament, just two shots back of Tiger, who has five holes left to play. Phil Mickelson, Steve Stricker, and Bubba Watson have all finished their rounds as well and are within four shots of Woods, making for an exciting final weekend in Miami.
Wood picked up where he left off on Thursday, and is playing even better Friday. Through 13 holes, Tiger has seven birdies and has yet to make a bogey. On the back nine he has birdied three of his first four holes and appears to be picking up momentum. He entered the day as the tournament co-leader along with Watson, Freddie Jacobson, and Sergio Garcia. Jacobson and Garcia are among a large group of golfers at 7-under and 6-under, respectively.
1. Tiger Woods: -13 (13)
2. Graeme McDowell: -11 (F*)
T3. Phil Mickelson: -10 (F*)
T3. Steve Stricker: -10 (F*)
5. Bubba Watson: -9 (F*)
T6. Dustin Johnson: -7 (F*)
T6. Justin Rose: -7 (17*)
T6. Charl Schwartzel: -7 (15)
T6. Keegan Bradley: -7 (15)
T6. Freddie Jacobson: -7 (12*)
*indicates a player who stared his Friday round on the back nine
Complete leaderboard on SI's Golf.com.