Tiger Woods likely to make cut at AT&T National
Tiger Woods shot better than he did Thursday and looks likely to make the cut at the AT&T National ... and that's about all the good news for the No. 1 player in the world after his round Friday.
Woods shot a par 70, leaving him at three-over 143 after two rounds at Aronimink in Newton Square, Pa. He was barely out of the top 70 when he signed his card after making a few careless bogeys, including a miss on a 30-inch putt on the17th.
He appeared to have made up some ground after finishing Thursday's opening round tied for 81st.
Jeff Overton was bogey-free for the day playing the final hole and was 5 under par for the tournament. The four first-round leaders -- Arjun Atwal, Joe Ogilvie, Nick Watson and Jason Day -- who opened at 4-under 66 played the second round Friday afternoon.
-- Chuck Schilken
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Photo: Tiger Woods watches his tee shot on the 15th hole Friday. Credit: Hunter Martin / Getty Images