If his name wasn't Tiger Woods -- if it was, say, Simon Dyson -- we'd be marveling at a golfer who has made the cut in all four majors, and been in contention at some point in the last three. There was still plenty to marvel at with Woods on Friday, starting with his making of about three miles worth of putts en route to a one-under par 71. And yet since this is Tiger Woods, we're less concerned with how he's played and more interested in what's to come. Woods' stellar play around the greens, paired with his ability to maneuver the ball in the ever-present wind in the second round bodes well for his chances of capturing of a 15th career major. But we've said that before this year. So for now, we'll just sit back and watch.