Saturday morning action of the 2012 Deutsche Bank is already underway. Conditions promise to be just as good on Saturday as they were on Friday, potentially leading to more low scores.
First Round leader Seung-Yul Noh, a young South Korean phenom, has played three holes and made three pars thus far, remaining in the lead at nine under par.
Also out there early is American Ryan Moore, who bogeyed his first hole to drop to six under. He's since made a birdie, returning to seven under, or two off the lead.
The group to watch this afternoon will unquestionably be that of Tiger Woods, who is joined by Barclays winner Nick Watney and runner-up Brandt Snedeker. Woods is in the best shape of the three, sitting comfortably at seven under par. Snedeker and Watney will each have some work to do today, as they will start at two under and one over par, respectively.
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