Tiger Woods hits impressive 7-under 65 in Bahamas second round
Tigers Woods followed up a solid return to competitive golf with a sensational bogey-free second round at the Hero World Challenge.
While the nature of the course and the comfortable conditions should be taken into account, there was still plenty of scope for encouragement from Woods' display on a bright Friday in the Bahamas.
As he had on Thursday, the returning 14-time major winner opened in sparkling form with a 33 on the front nine, but unlike on Thursday he managed to hold his form after turning for home.
Tiger's 65 temporarily moved him into the top ten of the leaderboard, with many of day one's big hitters still to come.
These are baby steps for Woods, but this is the best he's played for many, many years.
It's still unlikely that we'll ever see him lift a major trophy again, but the game would be better if he was at least in contention.
Keep it going, Tiger!