Tiger Woods finished up his second round at AT&T National on Friday by shooting a 4 under par to take a 1 stroke lead over Anthony Kim into the clubhouse. Of course, Kim has a lot of golf to play and no doubt could be leading Tiger going into Saturday's third round.
For both Woods and Kim, the AT&T National has been an exceptional tournament so far. Woods needed something positive after failing at Bethpage roughly two weeks ago in the U.S. Open and Anthony Kim hasn't been very good this year. Woods's bounce back at AT&T signals that he is still the best in the world. Kim's bounce back signals that the potential he showed last year might be turning into something else - - actual talent.