After spending much of the day floating in and out of the lead, Lee Westwood held a one-stroke lead over Jason Dufner, Rory McIlroy, Sergio Garcia and Fred Couples. But since Westwood double bogeyed the 18th and final hold in the second round on Friday, he is behind those players who now share the lead with a 5-under par score, except for McIlroy who just bogeyed the 17th hole to fall out of the lead.
Dufner finished at 2-under for the day in the second round, while Couples is the hottest thing on the greens with a 5-under score on the day, battling from even-par. Garcia started the second round hitting the ball well and has maintained his place at the top of the leaderboard through 17 holes.
Dallas-are golfer Hunter Mahan birdied the 15th hole is hitting 2-under par for the day, but Harrison Frazar, Ryan Palmer, Scott Verplank are all struggling with high scores.
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