Tiger Woods carded a two-over-par 73 to fall five shots off the pace after the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship in Massachusetts.
Jeff Brehaut and Olin Browne finished tied for the lead at nine under on 133. Brehaut fired a five-under 66 while Browne carded a 65 that included seven birdies.
Tim Petrovic, Billy Andrade and Robert Allenby finished the day tied for third at eight under. Allenby fired a 65, Petrovic 66 and Andrade 68.
Woods began the day with a one-shot lead but bogeyed three of his first eight holes and had just two birdies in his round.
“I didn’t hit it well, I didn’t putt well and I didn’t chip well,” Woods said.