Woods in danger of missing cut
Tiger Woods is in danger of missing the cut at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow - but Rory McIlroy is going well.
Woods - who last played the event two years ago when he also bowed out after two days - went round in a one-over 73 today, leaving him level for the tournament.
With the projected cut set at one under, the game's former dominating force looks set to return home early.
The same cannot be said for McIlroy, though. Chasing a top-seven finish to likely dethrone Luke Donald at the top of the rankings, he shaved four shots off the par score today, leaving himself six under for the tournament.
Leading the way is Nick Watney, who carded a beautiful eight-under round of 64, which would have been even better were it not for a dropped shot on the 13th.
Webb Simpson trails him by a shot, with Stewart Cink and Ben Crane a further one down.
Former world number one Lee Westwood, who can make McIlroy require a top-six finish by winning the event, was level par after six holes and one under for the event.