The second round of the 2012 Tour Championship has finished up, and after two days of golf Jim Furyk sits atop of the leaderboard. The resident of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. had the low round of the day, collecting nine birdies and three bogeys to finish 7-under overall (6-under for the day).
Justin Rose, a resident of Orlando, is right behind him at 6-under. Tiger Woods, who opened the day tied with Rose for first place, struggled in the second round. Woods, a resident of Jupiter Island, Fla., opened with a bogey, had a double bogey on hole No. 8 and collected four more bogeys on the back nine. Four birdies partially offset the damage, and he settled in 12th place, 3-over on the day and 1-under overall. Rory McIlroy is 2-under overall and tied for seventh place.
Florida is well represented in the rest of the top 10, making for a total of six of the 10 spots. Baghdad native Bubba Watson is 5-under and tied for third. Tied for fifth at 4-under are Florida residents Dustin Johnson (Jupiter) and Matt Kuchar (Winter Park). Lake Mary resident Zach Johnson is 3-under and joins Robert Garrigus and McIlroy in the tie for seventh.