Rory McIlroy, who's rapidly making his way toward becoming the best active golfer in the world, has stormed into the lead at the Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston, firing six birdies and an eagle through 15 holes for a six-under par round. He's at -12 through two rounds — remember, because it's Labor Day Weekend, the tournament started Friday — two strokes ahead of Ryan Moore, who's already in the clubhouse at 10-under for the day.
Tiger Woods, leading with a -7 first round along with Jeff Overton, is about to tee off, starting at 1:10 p.m. He'll be in a group with Brandt Snedeker and Nick Watney. He now has a mountain to climb to catch McIlroy, who was tied for third place behind the co-leaders entering the round. Golf fans have been aching for a tournament like this — Woods and McIlroy playing well, together near the top of the leaderboard.
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