It's later in the afternoon in
Mr. Tiger Woods won the first two holes of his match over Aaron Baddeley, but the Australian Penguin wearer is hanging around, only one-down through 12 holes to Tiger. Since number two, Baddeley is four-under for the day, looking pretty solid if you can say someone "looks" solid by following them online.
Woody Austin and Angel Cabrera have already won their matches over Boo Weekley and Steve Stricker, leaving Tiger as the only top seed left in the tournament. Also, the only 16 seed left in play, Jonathan Byrd, is battling the defending champion, Henrick Stenson, where the match is all square through 16 holes. I bet a friend of mine on Byrd today so the kid better lose the pink pants he's sporting and start making some late birdies.
Also, Monty is going to lose, so those who picked him in your office pool probably aren't going to have as smooth a Friday commute home.