Two rounds played in the Bahamas on the Hero World Challenge and it's Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth who are in the lead with the same total of -9. The world number 1 scores 66 (-6) on this second day despite a bogey on his 18th hole. Tiger Woods thrilled us in this second round! The Tiger returns a card under par of 70 (-2), meaning that he had gone to -4 on his first nine holes thanks to four birdies!

Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth lead the Hero world challenge

Scottie Scheffler during the second round of the Hero World Challenge – via Twitter @PGATour

The Hero World Challenge, a tournament reserved for only 20 players, is currently led by two men from Texas: Scottie Scheffler and Jordan Spieth. Both men are at -9, one shot ahead of American left-hander Brian Harman. The current world number 1 Scottie Scheffler signs for the moment the best card of the tournament this Friday with a 66 (-6) despite a bogey at 18. Jordan Spieth unlike his first round signs a more “calm” card, although better than the day before with a 67 (-5). He only made four pars in his first round.

Matt Fitzpatrick is the first European in the ranking in 5th place at -6. He was the author of one of the shots of the day with a chip played directly on the green, which ended up a few centimeters from the flag.

Tiger Woods is back! What a fiery performance from the tiger on this second day with a -4 finish on its first nine holes! Drives hit the fairway, iron shots hit the greens and putts fall: the whole golf world has been waiting for this! Too bad for Tiger who drew slightly at the end of the game with three bogeys for a birdie on his last six holes. He returns a card of 70 (-2) and moves up a few places in the ranking: he is 15th.

And what about this hole in 1 from Lucas Glover, who had scored a triple bogey earlier in his day: it's the emotional elevator.

He too had come a long way after injuries, operations and rehabilitation. Will Zalatoris, struggling in his first round with a score of 81 (+9), returned to the level we knew him with a card of 68 (-4). Although he is still last in the standings, Zalatoris will be able to start his weekend on a better note, having improved his score by 13 strokes.

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