Jim Furyk was the story on Friday at the 2012 Tour Championship. Furyk finished at 6-under for the best round on the day. His effort puts him at the top of leaderboard headed into the weekend.
Justin Rose is in second, one stroke behind Furyk, after a second-day 68. Bo Van Pelt and Bubba Watson are tied for third at 5-under.
Tiger Woods took a step back in Round 2. Woods went 3-over on the back nine to finish at 73 for the day. He is now 1-under for the tournament, dropping from tied for the lead on Friday morning, to a tie for 12th.
Woodstock, Vt., native Keegan Bradley dropped toward the bottom of the pack, to 26th out of 30 players, with a 3-over on Friday. Bradley couldn't rebound from a poor start, where he had two bogeys and a double bogey in the first six holes.
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