Tiger Woods content despite troubles

Tiger Woods refuses to panic despite a disappointing second round at the Dubai Desert Classic.

Tiger Woods has insisted that he is not worried about his form following a disappointing display in the second round of the Dubai Desert Classic.

The world number one's early season struggles continued on Friday as he carded a round of 73 to leave himself eight shots behind Rory McIlroy, who currently leads the tournament.

"It's just part of the process," the 14-time Major winner told reporters on Friday. "I took a long break there and didn't really do anything much.

"Now just need to get the game to come around and - hopefully tomorrow - I need a lot of wind on the weekend and play two great rounds."

Woods started 2014 by missing the cut at last week's Farmers Insurance Open.

Rory McIlroy in action during the third day of the PGA Championship on August 10, 2013
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