Tiger Woods started his second round at the Deutsche Bank Championship with two birdies to move to 9-under and within three strokes of leader Rory McIlroy's lead. Woods then bogeyed the third hole and is now four strokes back of the lead at 8-under.
Woods finished with a 6-under par 64 in the first round on Friday and trailed Seung-yul Noh by three shots entering the second round of play. Noh shot even par on Saturday and is one stroke ahead of Woods, tied with Jason Dufner and Chris Kirk in third place.
McIlroy has finished with matching 6-under performances on each of the first two days of the tournament and holds a two stroke lead over second place Ryan Moore, who finished 7-under on Friday and 3-under on Saturday and is now 10-under for the tournament.
Bryce Molder, Louis Oosthuizen and Jeff Overton are in a four-way tie at 8-under with Woods.