For a second straight day, Tiger Woods has put Twitter in a tizzy. And for good reason. The 14-time major champ is making a huge move up the leader board in the second round of the Hero World Challenge and all parts of his game suddenly look sharp.
But one shot in particular on Friday was an absolute thing of beauty. Woods stepped to the tee on the 202-yard, par-3 eighth hole, and did this:
With the tap-in birdie, Woods moved to five under for his round, and four under for the tournament. He would finish with a bogey-free 65. For more updates and highlights, follow along with our live blog.
After his round, Woods said, "It was a full 6-iron. . . I couldn't hit it any better than that."
No argument here.