What will Tiger Woods’ tournament be like without him? We may find out this weekend as Woods failed to make a significant move in the second round of the AT&T National and is in danger of missing the cut.

After shooting an even-par 70 at Aronimink Country Club, Woods will have to wait out the afternoon rounds to see if he survives the cut.

Following a similar script to his first round, Woods started well, but finished poorly. He birdied two of the first three holes. When he made back-to-back birdies on his second nine, he was at 2-under-par through 13. But Woods played the final five holes in 2-over and stands squarely at the projected cut line.

Woods bogeys coming in, came at two par-three holes where he fired long and failed to get up and down. At No. 8 (He started on the back nine), Woods missed a par putt of 2-feet, 5-inches. He took 28 putts on the day, an improvement from 30 putts in the opening round.

On day two, Aronimink continued to play like a major championship venue – hard and fast -- as players remain bunched at the top of the leader board. Jeff Overton (3-under for the day through 17) has the lead at 5-under, with 31 players within four strokes.