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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.

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