Augusta, Georgia - Tiger Woods cried, could not hide his joy, with the result of 66 strokes under par or 6-under. These results bring Woods entered the third order of the standings with South Korean golfer KJ Choi with the results of the overall 7-unders.

"I tried to put myself back in the tournament," Woods said. According to him, his performance has always been on time before a serious injury and cases of infidelity, is back.

Woods had to compete with the young golfers who are now beginning to show its rays. Rory McIlroy survived at the top of the standings with a total result of 10-under (134 strokes).

Jason Day gives fantastic results with the results of 64 blows. This result directly leads to second place standings.

Competition with these young golfers did provide its own color. "It's nice to see young golfers to play with great enthusiasm," he said. Woods promised to reach peak performance at the end of this tournament. "We still have 36 holes, there is still a long way to achieve it," he continued.

At least a similar goal is targeted McIlroy at Augusta National golf club. "I feel very comfortable here," he said. McIlroy could enjoy the game after grouped together Day and also other young golfer, Rickie Fowler.

Fowler was with the final result 5-Under. He shares a place in the seventh position with Fred Couples, Ricky Barnes, and YE Yang. "The atmosphere is very fun game, and the three of us played incredible," said McIlroy.

Alvaro Quiros could no longer compete at the top with McIlroy. He was in fifth position along with Geoff Ogilvy. Both recorded a total of 138 stroke outcome.

Martin Kaymer can not compete. German golfer can only be booked a total of 150 punches and not pass the cut off.


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