Woods commits to play Doral
Tiger Woods has entered the CA Championship at Doral next week, resuming his return from knee surgery on a Blue Monster course where he has won three times.
Woods played his first tournament in eight months last week at the
This will be Woods's first stroke-play event since winning the US Open in a playoff last June.
Woods has not finished out of the top 10 in his six appearances at Doral. He won three straight years (2005-07), the last victory when it became a World Golf Championship.
PGA - Y.E. Yang shot a bogey-free round of 5-under-par 65, moving to 7 under through two rounds at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. He was one shot ahead of Will MacKenzie (67), Jeff Overton (67), and Robert Allenby (68).
Of the top 12 players on the leaderboard, only MacKenzie has a PGA Tour win since 2006.
Among notables, Rory McIlroy (68) and Stewart Cink (71) were five shots back, Sergio Garcia (72) was six shots off the lead, and Rocco Mediate (67) was within seven.
LPGA - Paula Creamer and Jane Park shot 1-under 71s in Singapore to share the second-round lead in the
The third-ranked Creamer, coming off a third-place finish last week in Thailand, matched Park at 6-under 138.
"I feel very confident with where I'm at," Creamer said. "I feel like I've gained something today. The gap yesterday, there were people there, now there's not quite as many, but there are still 3-, 4-, 5-under. But I like being in the lead."
Top-ranked Lorena Ochoa, the defending champion coming off her 25th LPGA Tour victory last week in Thailand, was 2 under after a 73.
Nationwide - Kurt Barnes dropped two strokes on his 17th hole in Christchurch to fall into a three-way tie with Gareth Paddison and Josh Teater for the lead after two rounds of the New Zealand PGA Championship.