Tiger Tracker: Woods fires 67, McIlroy a 68

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CARMEL, Ind. -- With Crooked Stick Golf Club stuck in a gloom all day due to bad weather in the area, Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy provided plenty to get excited about - again.

After a shaky start from Woods that saw him par nine of his first 10 holes, Woods would fire an 5-under 67 and McIlroy posted an 4-under 68, leaving both a shot behind 36-hole leader Vijay Singh.

A day after going a combined 15 under, Tiger and McIlroy were 9 under on Friday. If the tournament had stuck to traditional twosomes for the weekend, Tiger and McIlroy would have been paired again, but because of bad weather, the tournament is sending groups of three out on Saturday, separating Tiger and McIlroy.

McIlroy will likely go with the Singh and Ryan Moore, with Tiger heading out with Bo Van Pelt and Lee Westwood.

See how it all happened at the BMW Championship on Friday:

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No. 18, par 4, 457 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 18: The sweep of this hole makes it very difficult to commit to a tee-shot line because there are no bunkers or trees for alignment. The approach shot has to deal with a bulk-headed green that sits low to the water and has three pot bunkers pulled back way to the left.

Off the tee: Tiger is only 8 of 13 in fairways hit on Friday, but he has no problems here, slamming it up the left side to set up a great angle into the front pin. McIlroy is in the same area of the fairway, about 5 yards behind Tiger.

Approach shot: Tiger plays a magnificent shot into the green, sticking it to 6 feet to the left of the hole. Just before that, McIlroy put it 8 feet behind the hole.

On the green: McIlroy knocks in his 8-footer for a birdie to get to 12 under, and Tiger follows suit with a birdie of his own to card a 5-under 67.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 5 under (12 under for tournament); McIlroy, 4 under (12 under for tournament)

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No. 17, par 3, 212 yards

Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 17: A steep bunker left guarding the back left of a fall-away green. The wind here from the left on this exposed, elevated tee tends to push approaches to the right, leaving a delicate up-and-over recovery.

Off the tee: Tiger takes 6-iron and simply hits the middle of the green, leaving himself about 30 feet to the left of the pin. Smart play there. McIlroy uses 5-iron and misses the green to the right, leaving himself a shortsided chip.

Around the green: McIlroy's chip runs about 18 feet past the flag, and he'll have that to save par.

On the green: Tiger drains his 30-footer, sending the crowd into a frenzy. McIlroy folls Tiger with a huge par save. Big putt from both of them there.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 4 under (11 under for tournament); McIlroy, 3 under (11 under for tournament)

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No. 16, par 4, 470 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 16: Slightly downhill, decidedly downwind, and so the steep bunkers lining the fairways ending at 285 yards out can be readily passed.

Off the tee: Tiger loses the driver after impact, sending it way right, but also gets past the trees, which might help him. McIlroy also goes to the right, with his finding a deep rough that is well below the fairway.

Approach shot: McIlroy has about 170 yards left and tops it, coming to rest about 50 yards ahead in the intermediate cut of rough. Tiger has to play a low shot under the trees and comes up just short of the green, a great shot after a bad tee ball.

Third shot: From about 115 yards, McIlroy puts his wedge pin-high, but in the rough to the left of the hole. He is making a mess of this hole, but still has a chance to chip in for par.

Around the green: From about 60 feet, Tiger chips onto the green and leaves himself about 7 feet for par. McIlroy stubs his chip shot and leaves himself 4 feet for bogey.

On the green: Tiger buries his par putt for a nice save after that poor tee ball. McIlroy makes his bogey putt for his fourth of the day.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 3 under (10 under for tournament); McIlroy, 3 under (11 under for tournament)

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No. 15, par 5, 523 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 15: Straight into the prevailing wind, this nominally short par 5 plays longer than it first looks. A massive, claw-like bunker runs the length of the left side of the landing area and cannot be outgunned, so drives have to steer clear because landing in it means a second shot blasted out wide right and short of the green.

Off the tee: Tiger hammers a drive up the right side of the fairway, even giving the club a bit of a twirl after impact. Nice swing. McIlroy takes his tee ball up the left and catches the fairway. Tiger outdrives him by about 10 yards.

Second shot: McIlroy takes fairway wood from the fairway and pushes it way right of the green, behind the gallery that lines it. Another "Fore!" Tiger needs only long iron here and absolutely kills it, putting it about 15 feet behind the hole for a great look at eagle.

Third shot: McIlroy plays a fabulous flop shot to about 6 inches, which he taps in for birdie to get to 12 under and one off the lead.

On the green: Tiger hits his eagle putt firm enough, but it slides by on the right side and he taps in for a birdie to get to 10 under.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 3 under (10 under for tournament); McIlroy, 4 under (12 under for tournament)

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No. 14, par 4, 497 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 14: The drive has since been toughened and lengthened, and because it plays into the prevailing breeze it’s not an automatic carry: 290 yards over the corner. Tug it a bit and you’re left in deep rough with a bad angle in; play it out to the right and you’re faced with an uphill approach of 200-plus yards to a green.

Off the tee: The first "Fore!" from McIlroy today, sending his drive way right and over the gallery. Tiger hits the fairway up the right side, but will have nearly 225 yards into the green.

Approach shot: With fairway wood, McIlroy pushes his second shot way right and a few spectators have to duck. Tiger puts it safely on the green, but doesn't get the cut action on his shot like in previous weeks, leaving him at least 70 feet to the hole.

Around the green: McIlroy plays a beautiful flop from the rough to about 8 feet behind the hole.

On the green: Tiger hits a nice lag putt to about 4 feet to the left of the hole, which he makes for par. McIlroy can't get his par save to fall, powering it past the hole and making the comebacker for bogey.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 2 under (9 under for tournament); McIlroy, 3 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Lee Westwood finishes with a kick-in birdie at No. 18 to card a 7-under 65 and get to 11 under, two back of Vijay Singh, who cards a 6-under 66 to move to 13 under overall.

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No. 13, par 3, 182 yards

Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 13: Only Dye would have the “chutzpah” (that’s a technical design term) to create a dogleg par 3, this one requiring a shot around a looming oak tree on the left. The tough part here is that this fall-away green sits near a creek that will gobble up approach shots hit short or a touch to the right.

Off the tee: McIlroy uses pitching wedge and knocks it stiff to about 12 feet right of the cup. Tiger also uses pitching wedge and he stares it down, but it flies 15 feet too far and he'll be putting back down the hill from about 30 feet.

On the green: Tiger gives his birdie attempt too much pace on the right and it runs about 4 feet past. He makes that to stay three shots back. McIlroy gives his birdie try a good chance to fall, but it doesn't and he picks up an easy par to stay at 12 under.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 2 under (9 under for tournament); McIlroy, 4 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Ryan Moore finishes his round with a birdie to card a 6-under 66 to get into the clubhouse at 12 under, tied with Rory McIlroy and Vijay Singh for the lead.

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No. 12, par 4, 424 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 12: The unbunkered fairway has a big kink in the lower right side – exactly where, from the tee, you mistakenly want to line up. The fairway forces you left, and from a draw stance you have to hit a shot that holds up against one of those steep fall-off, low-cut chipping areas that Dye – influenced by Pinehurst – occasionally relies upon.

Off the tee: McIlroy overcooks his tee ball a bit and finds the left rough. Tiger finds another fairway here, sending it up the left with 3-wood.

Approach shot: Tiger is firing at the flags despite an erratic day, and he goes past the flag and just off the green, but will have about 20 feet to the hole. McIlroy plays a nice shot out of the long rough, getting it on the green and about 20 feet past the hole.

Around the green: Using putter from off the green, Tiger doesn't start it enough to the left and he settles for a par.

On the green: McIlroy's putt also doesn't start high enough and he two-putts for par.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 2 under (9 under for tournament); McIlroy, 4 under (12 under for tournament)

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No. 11, par 5, 595 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 11: This northbound par 5 plays with the prevailing wind over the player’s left shoulder and will likely yield some eagles. The hole actually starts with a new tee that creates a cross-over tee shot with Crooked Stick’s other par 5 on this nine, the 15th. The drive (to another one of those recently narrowed fairways) has to avoid a long, nasty collection of bathtub bunkers and potholes 250-350 yards off the on the left.

Off the tee: Tiger has a birdie and nine pars today, not exactly sizzling, but he is managing not to hurt himself. His main problem has been sailing his tee shots to the right, but doesn't have that problem here, smacking a 305-yard poke up the right side of the fairway and he should be able to attack with his second shot. McIlroy yanks his tee ball into the left rough, near a cluster of bunkers.

Second shot: Tiger takes fairway wood from just under 280 yards and puts this one on the green, and he'll have about 40 feet for eagle. Nice shot there. McIlroy has to lay up after a bad lie, simply advancing it down the middle of the fairway to about 135 yards.

Third shot: McIlroy uses wedge from the fairway and gets it back to the back pin, but spins it under the hole to about 15 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger leaves his eagle attempt about 10 inches short and he taps in for his second birdie of the day, moving to within three shots of the lead. That lead is now co-held by McIlroy, who drains his birdie putt to get to 12 under.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 2 under (9 under for tournament); McIlroy, 4 under (12 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Ryan Moore birdies No. 15 to get to 12 under and then drops a shot at No. 16 to stay at 11 under, one back of Vijay Singh and McIlroy. Bo Van Pelt, Seung-Yul Noh and Lee Westwood are all two back.

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No. 10, par 4, 397 yards

A day after playing the front-nine at 3 under, Tiger makes the turn with a 1-under 35 and is five off the lead. McIlroy ends with an eagle to turn at 3-under 33 and is two off the lead of Vijay Singh.

Off the tee: Tiger hits a fairway here with 3-wood, sending it up the left side. Meanwhile, McIlroy finds a long bunker on the right side.

Approach shot: Sitting more than 160 yards out, McIlroy comes up well short of the green. Had to worry about getting his ball up and out of the trap. Also from 160 yards, Tiger hits the green, but is about 35 feet past the hole. His irons are not as accurate today.

Around the green: McIlroy's chip isn't great, as it checks under the hole and he'll have 15 feet to save par.

On the green: Tiger finds the right line, but leaves it 5 feet short with his birdie attempt. He looks frustrated currently. McIlroy drains his long par save to stay at 11 under, while Tiger knocks his in as well.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 3 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Vijay Singh falls back to 12 under with a bogey at No. 4 and is now one shot ahead of McIlroy and Ryan Moore.

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No. 9, par 5, 530 yards

Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 9: There’s a huge bunker on the inside left of this dogleg that now requires a 305-yard carry to the sweet spot in the fairway. From there, the shot into the green of 200-plus yards has to thread a chute of trees and hold one of the smaller putting surfaces on the course.

Off the tee: Tiger can't seem to get his driver in order today, sending yet another drive to the right, but did find a clearing beyond the long stuff. His fourth missed fairway of the day - all to the right. McIlroy splits the fairway.

Second shot: This is a pretty gnarly shot for Tiger, he still chooses to take fairway wood and rips it up into some greenside rough to the left of the green. From only 216 yards, McIlroy will have about 5 feet for eagle after a beautiful second shot.

Third shot: Tiger has a thick lie and gets it out, leaving himself about 15 feet for birdie.

On the green: Tiger settles for a disappointing two-putt par, never starting his birdie attempt high enough. His first non-birdie on the par-5s for the week. McIlroy does convert on his eagle to get to 11 under, two back of Vijay Singh.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 3 under (11 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Vijay Singh is putting on a show right now, picking up birdie at No. 3 to move to 13 under, two shots clear of Ryan Moore and McIlroy. Robert Garrigus makes eagle at the par-5 5th hole to get to 9 under.

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No. 8, par 4, 456 yards

Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 8: This one a hard left around the corner of a lake running along the entire inside of the hole. By suspending the target green over the horizon of the dominant hazard, he tempts strong players into playing an aggressive line when in a fact the smarter line is away.

Off the tee: Tiger finally finds a fairway here, sliding it up the left side about 300 yards from the tee. McIlroy finds the middle of the fairway. McIlroy is about 15 yards behind Tiger.

Approach shot: Tiger takes his second shot about 25 feet past the hole. McIlroy will have a similar distance, but to the right of the hole.

On the green: Tiger gives it good pace, but slides it by on the left and he taps in for a par. McIlroy also burns the edge and makes par.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Vijay Singh has moved into the lead at 12 under behind birdies at Nos. 1 and 2, one shot clear of Ryan Moore at 11 under and three clear of four tied at 9 under.

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No. 7, par 4, 454 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 7: Here’s the lull before the storm. Pretty straightforward, a left-to-right drive past an inconsequential fairway bunker on the right followed by a right-to-left middle iron to a fall-away green.

Off the tee: McIlroy blasts his tee ball up the right side of the fairway and will have less than 150 yards into the green. Tiger is definitely struggling off the tee today, pushing this tee ball to the right again and he'll have nearly 160 yards from the rough.

Approach shot: Tiger has to take a big hack at this gnarly lie and leaves his second shot just short of the green. McIlroy plays an ugly shot to the right of the green. From his position in the fairway, missing the green is a tough outcome.

Around the green: From just over 75 feet, Tiger chips to about 6 feet past the hole, which he'll have to save par. McIlroy chunks his chip and leaves himself more than 20 feet for par.

On the green: McIlroy misses his par save, leaving it about 6 inches short and he picks up his second bogey of the day to fall back to 9 under. Tiger buries his par putt to stay at 8 under.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: With a birdie at No. 18 (his ninth hole of the day), Vijay Singh has moved to 10 under, one shot behind Ryan Moore, who birdied No. 11 to get to 11 under.

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No. 6, par 3, 201 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 6: This hole is a paradigm of Midwest Americana, what with a farm pond lapping the right side of the green and a wooden, red-painted, covered bridge presiding over the back of the hole.

Off the tee: Tiger hit the hole here yesterday, but then missed a 6-footer for birdie. The pin is shoved in the back-left corner today and Tiger tries to go after it, but comes up short and settles in the greenside rough to the left. He has about 30 feet to the hole. McIlroy comes back from that pedestrian par at No. 5 and sticks it to 3 feet. Beautiful shot.

Around the green: Tiger hits a nice chip to about 3 feet above the hole to save par.

On the green: Tiger does knock in his 3-footer for par, while McIlroy drains his short one for a birdie to get back into a tie for the lead at 10 under. Woods two back.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Bo Van Pelt bogeyed No. 14 to fall back to 9 under, giving Ryan Moore the solo lead at 10 under. Lee Westwood is hot midway through his round, getting to 9 under behind four birdies, an eagle and a bogey over his first nine holes.

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No. 5, par 5, 612 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 5: A big, sweeping dogleg left, where the favorable angle off the tee on the right is littered with steep bunkers. With the prevailing wind out of the southwest, this hole plays down breeze over the right shoulder. Some players will reach the green in two, though holding the plateau and avoiding the Raynor-like steep falloffs around will be the difficulty.

Off the tee: A day after both Tiger and McIlroy were 4 under on the par 5s (Tiger had four birdies, McIlroy had two birdies, an eagle and a par), McIlroy finds the left side of the fairway and has a hair less than 300 yards remaining into the green. Tiger pushes his drive a bit right and will definitely have to lay up.

Second shot: With more than 335 yards left to the green and hitting from the rough, Tiger can only advance it about 140 yards, leaving himself more than 200 yards left into the green for his third shot. McIlroy does try to get there in two and puts it in the greenside rough.

Third shot: Wow. After having to lay up to more than 200 yards, Tiger hits a bullet that settles 6 feet to the right of the cup and has a great look at birdie. McIlroy's chip from the rough barely makes it to the green and he'll have nearly 25 feet for birdie. Reversal of fortunes here.

On the green: McIlroy can't get his putt to drop, settling for a pedestrian par from the middle of the fairway. Taking a chance with his second didn't pay off. Tiger's beautiful third shot leads to his first birdie of the day and gets him to two shots back of Ryan Moore.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, 1 under (8 under for tournament); McIlroy, 1 under (9 under for tournament)

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No. 4, par 4, 483 yards

Not the start Tiger was looking for, as he was 2 under at Nos. 1 thru 3 on Thursday, but starts with three consecutive pars. He now moves to the site of one of his two bogeys in the first round. Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 4: The fairway landing area is at its narrowest at 300 yards, so keeping the drive in play and out of a handful of bunkers is crucial.

Off the tee: McIlroy bombs a driver up the right side of the fairway to the tune of 310 yards. Tiger doesn't have the same fortune, pushing his tee ball into the long rough to the right.

Approach shot: From a shade over 190 yards into the back-left pin, Tiger has a bad lie and simply chunks it out and comes up short of the green. It'll be a long up-and-down to save par. McIlroy hits the green, but will have 35 feet for birdie.

Around the green: Tiger plays a nice third shot into the hole, leaving himself about 7 feet to save par.

On the green: Tiger slams home his par putt for his first one-putt of the day, while McIlroy motors his birdie attempt about 6 feet past the hole. McIlroy misses that to drop his first shot of the day.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, Even (7 under for tournament); McIlroy, 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: With McIlroy dropping out of the lead, Ryan Moore and Bo Van Pelt now share the lead after Moore birdied No. 9.

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No. 3, par 3, 195 yards

Our Bradley S. Klein on No. 3: Slightly uphill, with pop-up bunkers edging into the line of play on this kidney-shaped green. It’s accessible to a right-to-left shot, but anything running a tad long will quickly find sand, so distance control is crucial.

Off the tee: McIlroy pulls his tee ball a bit, but still finds the green and will have 30 feet from left of the front-right pin location. Tiger takes the more direct route at the pin and actually gets it to the right, leaving himself less than 15 feet for birdie.

On the green: McIlroy doesn't gauge his birdie attempt all that well and sends it more than 7 feet past the hole. He does make that to stay at 10 under. Tiger gives his birdie putt good pace, but burns the edge and settles for a third-straight two-putt par. Tiger is now T-10, three shots back of McIlroy and Bo Van Pelt.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, Even (7 under for tournament); McIlroy, 2 under (10 under for tournament)

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No. 2, par 4, 442 yards

From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 2: After a light fade on the first hole you need to hit a long, powerful right-to-left tee shot, though even the longest hitters can’t carry the massive MacKenzie-like bunker that runs along the left side of the fairway to a distance of 335 yards off the tee.

Off the tee: Both Tiger and McIlroy take driver here and smoke tee balls into the fairway. They are definitely feeding off each other, as much as each of them says they were out there playing against themselves.

Approach shot: McIlroy is looking very comfortable and plays a magnificent second shot, getting it to about 3 feet right of the cup for another likely birdie. Tiger has less distance to the hole, but plays it a bit further right and will have 18 feet for birdie. Tiger needs to be careful to not let McIlroy run away from him.

On the green: Tiger can't get his birdie putt to drop, settling for a two-putt par. McIlroy does kick his in to stay tied for the lead at 10 under. Woods is now three back.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, Even (7 under for tournament); McIlroy, 2 under (10 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Playing the back-nine first, Bo Van Pelt has opened birdie-birdie to get to 10 under. Rickie Fowler and Lee Westwood have both moved to 7 under, while Seung-Yul Noh is 5 under thru eight holes to get to 9 under.

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No. 1, par 4, 358 yards

Tiger is sporting a lot of white clothing today, the shirt, the hat, the shoes and the belt. He goes with some grey slacks to polish off the fashion statement. From our Bradley S. Klein on No. 1: This one, somewhat over-treed down the right side and around the putting surface, calls for a layup to a narrow fairway and a short-iron to a very well protected green that’s segmented into two distinct pods on a right-to-left angle. Miss the proper pod and it’s a difficult putt to get to the other one.

Off the tee: No need for driver here, so McIlroy just splits the middle of the fairway with iron and will have about 110 yards into the green. Tiger also takes iron and finds the fairway with a nearly identical result as McIlroy.

Approach shot: With the pin tucked on the left, McIlroy takes his second shot safely out to the right and will have about 15 feet for birdie. Tiger goes a bit more directly after the hole, but leaves it about 20 feet under the cup for birdie. Not his best effort.

On the green: Tiger can't quite get his birdie putt to the hole and taps in a 2-footer for par. McIlroy does get his putt to drop and he moves into a three-way tie for the lead.

ON THE DAY: Tiger, Even (7 under for tournament); McIlroy, 1 under (9 under for tournament)

Elsewhere on the course: Bo Van Pelt opens his round with a birdie to get to 9 under, sharing the lead with McIlroy and Ryan Moore, who has birdied Nos. 4 thru 6. There are five players at 8 under, including Graeme McDowell and Vijay Singh.

• • •

FIRST-ROUND COVERAGE

McIlroy fires 64 to share lead, Woods one back at BMW

This star pairing lived up to its billing again, with Tiger Woods firing a 7-under 65 and Rory McIlroy grabbing a share of the lead with an 8-under 64. See how it all unfolded.

• • •

Notes: Schwartzel fights through rib injury, shoots 69 at BMW

Charl Schwartzel fought through a rib injury to shoot 3-under 69 during the first round of the BMW Championship. Notebook.

• • •

Rude: Soggy conditions allow for mass assault on Crooked Stick

Crooked Stick experienced a mass assault Thursday as players took advantage of the soggy conditions, says Jeff Rude. Story.

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FedEx Cup: 2nd-round tee times at BMW Championship

Here are the second-round tee times and pairings for the BMW Championship. Tee times.

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PRE-TOURNAMENT COVERAGE

Fantasy Tip Sheet: Tiger Woods a favorite at BMW Championship

With only 70 players remaining, the big names will by vying for the BMW Championship this week at Crooked Stick. At least one of our panelists believes Tiger Woods will take home his fourth title of 2012. Predictions.

• • •

Finding 'the zone': It's a place McIlroy, Woods frequent

Byron Nelson called it a trance. The contemporary usage is zone. Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods seem to find it frequently. Story.

• • •

Notebook: Louis Oosthuizen quietly having standout season

Notebook: Louis Oosthuizen, fresh off a second runner-up finish this season, has shot par or better in 21 of his last 24 rounds. Story.

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FedEx Cup: 1st-round tee times at BMW Championship

Here are the first-round tee times and pairings for the BMW Championship. Tee times.

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