Thousand Oaks, Calif. — Tiger Woods is a gracious tournament host, at least until the tournament gets started.
Woods continued to show midseason form at the end of the year with a 10-under 62 on Friday, setting the course record at Sherwood Country Club and building a four-shot lead over Jim Furyk in the Target World Challenge.
Playing for the first time in 10 weeks, Woods looked sharp as ever. He stretched his lead with a couple of long putts, one of them for eagle on the par-5 11th, and finished his record round with an 9-iron into six feet on the final hole that brought the fans to their feet.
"He's not a very friendly host to shoot 10 under," said Henrik Stenson, who played with Woods and was 10 shots worse.
Woods was at 13-under 131 as he tries to win his tournament for the fourth time. The previous record of 63 was held by three players, most recently Michael Campbell in 2005.
Furyk, coming off a seven-week break, birdied the last two holes for a 67 and will be paired with his Ryder Cup and Presidents Cup partner in the third round today.