Tiger Woods, Carl Pettersson and Vijay Singh are in a three-way tie for the lead at the 2012 PGA Championship at four-under par. Course conditions were tougher on the golfers in the second round, which made the 69 that Singh shot, as well as Woods' 71, impressive scores. Pettersson, who led the field after day one, shot a 74.
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Colorado State alum Martin Laird also shot a 74, finishing the day at +1. Elsewhere in the field, Rory McIlroy lurks just two strokes off the lead, and Phil Mickelson worked his way up to even par.
T1. Tiger Woods (-4)
T1. Vijay Singh (-4)
T1. Carl Pettersson (-4)
4. Ian Poulter (-3)
T5. Jamie Donaldson (-2)
T5. Rory McIlroy (-2)
T7. Aaron Baddeley (-1)
T7. Adam Scott (-1)
T7. Blake Adams (-1)
T7. Trevor Immelman (-1)
Notables who missed the cut (+6) include Sergio Garcia, Lee Westwood and Webb Simpson.
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