Woods, Watney on top at midway point
SHANGHAI -- Tiger Woods realized that no one was pulling away at the HSBC Champions on Friday, so he settled into a good groove with the putter and made sure he caught them.
Woods birdied five of his last 10 holes for another 5-under 67, giving him a share of the 36-hole lead with Nick Watney in the final World Golf Championship of the year that continues to have a distinct American look.
Seven of the top nine players on the leaderboard are from the United States, ...
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