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Charlotte Observer sports columnist Ron Green Jr. is covering the Master’s. He’s on Tiger Woods watch today. This is an excerpt from Green’s blog:

Sitting in the interview room after his second-round 70 left him tied for third place in the Masters, three shots behind Lee Westwood who was still on the course, Tiger Woods was asked if he liked his position on the leader board.

He paused and smiled.

“Yeah, I do,” Woods said.

Woods said he hit the ball better and putted better Friday than he did in his opening 68 on Thursday but a tougher course set-up accounted for his higher score. Still, when Woods finished, there were only two players — Westwood and Ian Poulter — in front of him and little likelihood anyone else would jump ahead of him.