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• 73 players made the 36-hole cut at 1-under 139 from a field of 132 professionals.
• David Toms climbed to 10-under 130 after the second-round of the inaugural McGladrey Classic -- the second of the five-event PGA TOUR Fall Series -- to take a one shot lead over Joe Durant. Rich Barcelo and Heath Slocum are tied for third at 8-under 132.
• Toms is making his 493rd start of his TOUR career. Toms is a 12-time PGA TOUR winner. His most recent win came at the 2006 Sony Open.
• Toms matched his best-career 36-hole score, his fifth time doing so, after rounds of 64-66 to move to 10-under 130. He has never finished outside the top 15 after posting a two-day total of 130.
• This represents the eleventh second-round lead/co-lead for Toms on the PGA TOUR. He has gone on to win the event three of the previous ten times.
• Toms, fresh off of top-15 finishes in his last two starts (T15-BMW Championship, T11-Viking Classic), has hit 32 of 36 greens in regulation through the halfway point at the McGladrey Classic.
• Toms is currently No. 58 on the official money list, with a runner-up finish at the Wyndham Championship his only top-10 finish in 24 previous starts.
• Durant, who tied for second at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, shot a bogey-free 66 in the second round to be one shot back of David Toms at 9-under 131. Through 16 events this season Durant has three top-25 finishes, three of which have come in his last two starts, finishing T12 at the Wyndham Championship and T20 at the Viking Classic.
• Currently No. 131 on the official money list, Durant is looking for a good finish in the Fall Series to jump into the top 125 to secure his PGA TOUR card for 2011. He has not finished inside the top 125 on the money list since a career-best 13th place finish in 2006.
• Barcelo, who earned his PGA TOUR card by finishing 21st on the 2009 Nationwide Tour money list, is seeking his first top-10 finish in 22 starts on TOUR this year.
• Barcelo, currently 175th on the official money list, has made 10 cuts this season. His best finish came at The Honda Classic and Shell Houston Open, T31. His best TOUR finish is T4 (2007 Reno-Tahoe Open).
• Barcelo heads into the weekend tied for third. His best previous standing headed into the weekend was T6 at the 2009 Legends Reno-Tahoe Open where he finished T42.
• Barcelo's two-day total of 8-under 132 is a career best in 79 starts on TOUR.
Heath Slocum • Slocum recorded a bogey-free 4-under 66 in the second round to move to 8-under 132, two strokes off the lead. Slocum has four top-10 finishes in 23 starts with his season-best finish coming at the THE PLAYERS (T4).
• Slocum's two-day total of 8-under 132, after back-to-back 66s, is one stroke off his best-career 36-hole score. Slocum has shot 131 two times in his career (Valero Texas Open/2003 and Chrysler Classic/2004).
• Gay jumped to 7-under 133 after firing a bogey-free 5-under 65 on Friday.
• Gay, 56th on the official money list, has two top-10 finishes through 27 events this season. His best finish this year came at the HP Byron Nelson Championship where he finished tied for second.
• Kirk -- a two-time winner this season on the Nationwide Tour (Fort Smith Classic, Knoxville News Sentinel Open) -- recorded rounds of 68-69 to sit at 3-under 137 in his first PGA TOUR start of the season. The former golf standout at the University of Georgia is a resident of St. Simons Island and is playing this week on a Sponsor's Exemption.
• Kelly was in need of a good round on Friday to make the cut after posting a 4-over 74 in the first round. Starting on the back nine, he made the turn at 2-under 33 before reeling off five birdies on his second nine en route to a 7-under 63 to move to 3-under 137 (T32).
• The second-round leader/co-leader has gone on to win 15 of 41 stroke-play events on TOUR this year, most recently by Bill Haas at the Viking Classic.
• Brendon de Jonge carded one of 28 birdies on Kodak Challenge hole No. 13 on Friday at the McGladrey Classic to move to 13-under-par, one stroke behind Kodak Challenge leader Rickie Fowler. De Jonge moved into a tie for second with Troy Merritt, who was the top ranked Kodak Challenge contender at Sea Island, after he parred No. 13 to remain 13-under. The winner of the competition, which concludes at the Children's Miracle Network Classic, will receive $1 million.
• Bogey-free rounds:
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• The par-4 14th hole played the toughest on Friday, yielding a 4.227 average. The par-5 15th hole was the easiest with a 4.492 average.