With Friday action fully underway, Jim Furyk has pulled into sole possession of the Tour Championship lead.
The West Chester, Pennsylvania native has made six birdies in his first nine holes, moving him to seven under par for the tournament.
He currently leads Matt Kuchar and Bo Van Pelt by two. Justin Rose and Tiger Woods, the Round 1 leaders, both trail by three strokes.
In his last four Tour Championship appearances, Woods has won one, and finished second three times.
With each putt made or missed, the FedExCup standings shift. But as things currently stand, Tiger Woods is in line to win the Cup and the $10 million prize.
He would just edge out Rory McIlroy, who is currently two under par for the tournament, and five strokes behind Furyk.
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