Tiger Woods delighted to accomplish second-round goal at USPGA

Woods delighted after 'tough' second round
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Tiger Woods was delighted to achieve his "goal" after completing his second round at the US PGA Championships.

Tiger Woods has admitted that he was delighted to achieve his "goal" after he completed his second round at the US PGA Championships.

Woods recorded the second-lowest round on a blustery second day in South Carolina, and he revealed that he had achieved the target that he had set himself before he began his second round.

He told pgatour.com: "I thought going out today, anything that was even-par or better was going to be a good score.

"That was my goal, so I went out there today and I accomplished that.

"I'm playing better to where I am going to give myself chances in major golf championships."

The 14-time major winner currently shares the lead for the tournament with Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson.

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