Tiger Woods teeing off on No. 1 on Friday. He had another tough day but made the cut at four over.
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Geoff Ogilvy double bogeyed the par-5 11th, but he still managed a one-under 71. He's one over for the tournament.
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Zach Johnson started his second round on the back nine and shot a blistering 33, but he followed that with a 40 on the front. He's one over for the tournament.
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After opening with a 78, Jose Maria Olazabal shot a six-under 66, which included a birdie on 17.
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J.J. Henry was one under on his round until a double bogey on 17, and a bogey on 18. He missed the cut at six over par.
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Colin Montgomerie won't get his first win in the U.S. this week. Monty shot 76-74 to finish at six over and miss the cut.
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Mickelson finished at five under par after a second-round 72. "I'm pleased to have gotten back to even. But on the other hand, had I played well, I think this was a day I could have shot three, four under par and pulled away a little bit," he said.
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Padraig Harrington made four birdies, but he bogeyed two par 5s to shoot 70. He is two over for the tournament.
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Jason Gore bogeyed three of his last five holes for a two-over 74. He is even for the tournament, five behind Mickelson.
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Michael Campbell's 79 included a 42 on the front nine. He was 10 over and missed the cut.
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"For 36 holes I've only made two birdies. Not very good," Woods said.
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With the cut at five, Tiger came through with five pars and a birdie in his final six holes to finish at four over par.
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Retief Goosen was the only player in the first round to finish without a bogey. On Friday, Goosen made four bogeys and two birdies for a two-over 74.
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Peter Lonard had five birdies to go with a bogey and two doubles in his round of 72. He's tied for third at three under.
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Rory Sabbatini fell apart on No. 17, making a quardruple-bogey 7. He finished at two over par.
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Vijay Singh was in danger of missing the cut, but he shot a three-under 33 on the back nine to finish at one over par.
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Mickelson eagled the par-5 16th hole. "I hit a 6-iron up the left side of the green and had just enough draw on it for me to catch that swale and it kicked right down by the hole. It was a fortunate bounce but it happened to be a shot that I hit right on line, but you still need that lucky bounce to get close," he said.
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Phil Mickelson eagled 16 to salvage an even-par round and finish the day in the lead at five under.
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Sergio Garcia shot a 73 for the second straight day, and he stands at two over par.
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