Two rounds have been played at the 2012 BMW Championship and Vijay Singh is the leader following a second-round 66 that took him to 13-under for the weekend. Singh sits one shot ahead of Ryan Moore, Tiger Woods, and Rory McIlroy.
Woods was just a single stroke better than McIlroy on Friday, but their rounds were vastly different. Woods was bogey-free, shooting five birdies on the way to a 67. McIlroy was on a roller coaster, finishing with six birdies, an eagle, and four bogeys to post a 68.
Moore came into to the weekend on the outside of the top 30 cut-off to qualify for the Tour Championship in the FedEx Cup Standings. If he stays in second-place, he is projected to move into 11th and move on comfortably.
Woodstock, VT native, Keegan Bradley, entered the BMW Championship comfortably in the top 30. His in 46th for the tournament after a 70 on Day 2 and is projected to drop just two spots to 14th.
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