Johnson and Matsuyama lead the way as Tiger continues his comeback

The leaders are on 12-under after two rounds

BY Simon Maguire 11:05 Saturday 3 December 2016, 11:05 3 Dec 2016

Tiger Woods in Nassau, Bahamas.. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)

Dustin Johnson and Hideki Matsuyama are the joint leaders of the Hero World Challenge in New Providence in the Bahamas.

The pair currently sit on 12-under par after two rounds, two shots ahead of Matt Kucker and Louis Oosthuizen on 10-under par. 

The big story of the tournament so far is the return to play of Tiger Woods.

The former world number one is currently on 6-under par after posting an impressive 65 total for his second round. 

Elsewhere, Open Champion Henrik Stenson and Rickie Fowler join Woods on 6-under. 

Bubba Watson shot the round of the day when he posted a 9-under total of 63. 





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