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Tiger Woods is optimistic about the ability to attend the Tour Championship

Tiger Woods is optimistic about the ability to attend the Tour Championship

Showing T48 through the first two rounds of the BMW Championship, "Super Tiger" Tiger Woods still believes himself has the opportunity to come to Atlanta next week to defend the title.

"I will try to play well on weekends to hit about 65-66 strokes in the last two rounds and open up opportunities for myself", Woods shared after hitting 71 strokes (par72) in the BMW Championship second round on 17 /8.

According to the Golf Channel, Tiger Woods must be at least 11th in the BMW Championship to qualify for the Top 30 FedEx Cup - a condition for a golfer to play the final playoff as the Tour Championship. After the first two rounds with a total of -2, Woods is currently seven sticks away from the top 10.

"Super Tiger" provides a good sign of physical condition, with more flexible swing than the first round. Woods 11 out of 14 times putting the ball in the fairway properly. The owner of 15 major also put the ball on green with a lower number of green in regulation in 14 of 18 holes. Woods birdie five times and bogey four times in this round.

Short-game is Woods's problem in the second round. The highlight of "Super Tigers" is two consecutive birdies on holes 14 and 15 from 13 and 20 feet away, but Tiger Woods bogey the next two holes and return to point -2. 43-year-old Golfer costs 30 shots in the second round, more than the first round.

"Just a smooth slide has a good score, but I couldn't do it today", Woods added. "My short feeling of the ball today is not good. But basically, I feel much better than last week, especially in my condition. What I experienced last week was very uncomfortable. I can't train So much practice, so I adjusted some things, like the beginning of the year".

The BMW Championship is one of the most successful "Super Tigers" events. He has five championships and twice finished second after 17 appearances. After the first two rounds of this year, Woods ranked T48 and was 10 sticks from Hideki Matsuyama top.