Woods just bogeyed his last hole to go into the weekend tied for the lead at -4 for now. Some members of the media are reportedly in depression at this development. He's tied with Brandt Snedeker, Paul Casey, and somebody named Corey Conners. However, the big names in the afternoon wave sitting at -1 still have to tee off. This includes Sergio, Adam Scott, Justin Rose, and Matt Kuchar. Woods' playing partners the first two rounds, Jordan Spieth and Henrik Stenson, must've fallen victim to that Woods intimidation stuff, because they're both about to miss the cut at +5! Spieth has been off this year though; he hasn't been himself so far, and from watching him his last couple of starts, his putting has been way off from his standards. Stenson, besides his great week at the British Open a couple years ago to keep Phil Mickelson from winning, has done nothing of note since then. Like Footballdad said though, you do have to give him a bit of credit. Woods has played a tough course well so far. Of course, the media coverage is downright awful and embarrassing; who'd have guessed? The losers in the media have waited breathlessly for five years hoping Woods would return. If you think it's bad now, just wait and see what happens if he shoots a good round at Augusta, or if he wins this week. I was watching some post round coverage on the Golf (Tiger) Channel after Phil's win last week. Mickelson winning managed to keep Woods from being the topic of discussion for a solid 30-40 minutes. Imagine if Woods wins; it'll be nonstop coverage everywhere for a week.