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2019 Players Championship Leaderboard: Live coverage, Golf results, Tiger Woods results for Round 2

While TPC Sawgrass's opening did not give them a head start, Tommy Fleetwood and Keegan Bradley were in the lead with 7 at the 2019 Players Championship and entered the second round of action on Friday in Jacksonville, Florida. Rory McIlroy (-5) threatens a frightened opening round, although the rest of the superstars playing in this loaded field are at least four shots behind the leader.

Tiger Woods was busy on Ninth Thursday and saw his big four-day bogey on TPC Sawgrass break down on Friday. This destroyed the otherwise wicked round. Woods was only five years old when he entered the famous 17th place just to ruin the day. He put him down for Friday and six behind in the rankings when he left the course. McIlroy – along with Phil Mickelson and Matt Kurchar – is one of the most important afternoon groups at 13:59.

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