After two rounds of the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Norton, Mass., Rory McIlroy leads the pack with an overall 12-under.
The Northern Ireland pprduct has shot back-to-back rounds of 65 on Friday and Saturday, showing the remarkable consistency that has made him a top player. Louis Oosthuizen is sitting just a shot off McIlroy's pace in second place. The South African has looked solid all year including his runner-up finish in the 2012 Masters.
Tiger Woods is perhaps the biggest concern of McIlroy. Woods is tied for third with fellow American Ryan Moore at 10-under after charging down the back nine in the second round. The 14-time major champion finished the day with two birdies on the 14th and 17th holes to close the gap heading into Sunday.
Phil Mickelson is still on the competitive fringe with a 6-under and Vermont native Keegan Bradley just barely survived the cut at 2-over and is tied for 67th.
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