2012 PGA Championship Scores And Results: Tiger Woods Tied For Lead After Day 2

Tiger Woods is tied for the lead at the 2012 PGA Championship, sitting atop the leaderboard with Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson. All three men are 4-under par through the first two days of the tournament. Vermont native Keegan Bradley had a rough day, ending Day 2 of the tournament 1-over and tied for 15th place.

Tiger failed to improve on his score from Day 1, shooting a 71 to follow Thursday's 69, but that was still good enough to move him 13 places up the leaderboard. Singh did the opposite, shooting a 71 on Thursday and a 69 Friday, the low round of the day. Pettersson opened the day in first and appeared to struggle with the pressure, following up his opening round 66 with a 74.

Bradley struggled throughout the day, picking up a pair of bogeys on holes four and five, then a string of four more bogeys on holes 11 through 14. A birdie on hole 16 was followed by a bogey on 17, and he ended the day with a 77.

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