Lement:After a dismal first round left him on the wrong side of the cut at the Western Open, World number one Tiger Woods shot a 5-under 66 on Friday. The move put him six strokes behind early leader Chris Couch and gave him at least a chance to make a move this weekend. Couch, who earned a spot here by winning the Nationwide Tour's LaSalle Bank Open last month, is at 9-under 133 after a 67 on Friday. Tim Herron, Jim Furyk and Duffy Waldorf were all one stroke behind at 8-under par 134. However fan favourite John Daly had a tough day on the greens and missed the cut after shooting a 75.