World No. 1 men's golfer Tiger Woods of the United States has a four-stroke lead over compatriot Jim Furyk after the second round of the Target World Challenge competition in Thousand Oaks, California.
Woods, the host of the special tournament, shot a 10-under-par 62 in his second round and is 13-under-par 131 for two rounds. Furyk is one of several players who shot 5-under-par 67s in the second round and is 9-under-par (135) for the tournament.
Masters champion Zach Johnson of the United States is in third place at 8-under-par (136). Former European Order of Merit winner and British Open champion Padraig Harrington of Ireland is in fourth place at 6-under-par (138).
The tournament features 16 of the world's top players competing in stroke-play. The winner receives $1.35 million - more than any of the Majors. None of the players will earn less than $170,000 this week.
The tournament also benefits theTiger Woods Foundation, a charity that helps children through personal enrichment programs, scholarships, direct grants, junior golf teams and the new Tiger Woods Learning Center.