Tiger Woods was staring at a historic 59 at the Bridgewood Invitational after a solid 66 on Thursday put him in third place to start play on Friday morning. Tiger was on fire right from the jump, beginning with birdie, eagle, birdie. He began the back nine with four consecutive birdies after finishing -5 on the front and took a commanding lead. Though he missed a few birdie putts to finish the round, Tiger didn't make bogey all day and is currently sitting on a seven-stroke lead after shooting 61 on Day 2 of the tournament.
Best of luck trying to catch up, field.