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Tiger Shoots 65; Mickelson Making a Move

Round 2 of The Deutsche Bank Championship is still underway today in Boston, and two of the biggest names on Tour are making quite the move this morning.

After a disappointing one-over-par 72 yesterday in Round 1, Tiger Woods fired a 65 in his second act to remain above the Top 70 cutline to play in next week's BMW Championship in Lemont, IL. Woods will need to continue posting solid scores the remaining two rounds in Boston if he wishes to remain in the Top 70.

World #2 Phil Mickelson also posted a 65 in his second round to follow up a solid 69 in round one. Currently tied for fourth place, the 2010 Masters Champion appears to be a lock to finish the Deutsche Bank Championship in the FedEx Cup Top 70.

Since Hurricane Earl no longer appears to threaten play in Boston, both competitors should expect strong scoring conditions in the final two rounds.

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