Luke Donald has made only one bogey over two rounds at the Nelson. "I'm really not putting myself into too much trouble and I'm very consistent off the tee and hitting a decent amount of greens, and when I'm missing greens I'm hitting it close, and just kind of everything is working very well," Donald said.
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Anthony Kim moved into contention with a second-round 66. Kim has been on a hot-streak lately. He has finished in the top-5 in two of his last three tournaments.
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Scott Verplank is two shots behind Donald after rounds of 67-68.
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Sergio Garcia figured to contend this week, but he just made the cut on the number at one over.
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Sean O'Hair held a two-stroke lead after an eagle on No. 7, but he fell back with bogeys on Nos. 13 and 15. "All of a sudden my swing was a little bit off and just was struggling to make pars coming in," O'Hair said. "But I'm happy with where I am going into the weekend."
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Brett Wetterich, the defending champion, followed his first-round 66 with a second-round 68 to stay near the lead. "It was a good day," Wetterich said. "You know, anytime you don't make a bogey, it's a good day. I mean, there could have been a few more birdies, but I also could have made a couple bogeys. I made two good pars, I think, and that kind of kept my round going on, and I'm pretty happy overall."
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Vijay Singh rebounded from a one-over 35 on the front nine to shoot four under on the back nine and move into the mix. Singh finished the day at four under after a second-round 67. "I'm playing well and feeling good, so just trying to battle the greens on that side," Singh said. "I think the good thing is everybody has to putt it, and the one who's the most patient will have a chance."
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Fredrik Jacobson is only one shot off the lead after rounds of 67-67.
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Phil Mickelson repeated Thursday's up-and-down performance with another one on Friday. Mickelson made three birdies, but gave them all back with three bogeys. Mickelson shot an even-par 70, and he remains at one under. "I thought I could really have a good day today because the back has two par 5s," Mickelson said. "And I played OK, but I missed five putts inside six feet. That's what hurt."
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John Senden briefly held the lead until a bogey on No. 15. He ended the day with a one-under 69.
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