Tiger Woods Drops 8 Points Back
Despite a skydiving competitor soaring up the leaderboard, it was Rory McIlroy who had the up-and-down day while keeping a one-stroke lead at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic on Friday.
McIlroy, who began the round with a two-shot lead, bogeyed the first hole before reeling off four birdies to get to 12-under through 10 holes. He bogeyed No. 13 and 16, however, before a birdie at the last for a 2-under 70. He is 11-under for the event.
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