TOUR Championship, Rd. 2: Quick look at each player's round

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Keegan Bradley's hot putter lifted him to a second-round 65.
September 20, 2013
By Helen Ross, PGATOUR.COM

ATLANTA -- Here's a quick review of each player's second round Friday at the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola.

Position
Player Score Comment
1
Henrik Stenson
 66  
Did his damage on the front again with four birdies, bringing the total to nine
2
Adam Scott
69
Back nine that served up six birdies Thursday wasn't as kind with just one
3
Jordan Spieth
67
Rookie broke par for the second day, playing his last 12 holes in 4 under
T4
Justin Rose
68
Last year's runner-up has now shot in the 60s in five of his last six rounds here
T4
Dustin Johnson
68
Second-straight 68 was quieter than the first with two birdies and 16 pars
T4
Billy Horschel
70
Solid tee to green again; tied for third in fairways and second in greens hit
T7
Keegan Bradley
65
Found just half the fairways but 14 greens and wielded a hot flatstick with 27 putts
T7
Nick Watney
65
Two shots off his career low at East Lake and just his fifth time in the 60s in 18 rounds
T7
Gary Woodland
67
Broke 70 for the third time in six rounds on Bobby Jones' home course
T7
Zach Johnson
68
Two birdies and no bogeys was "pretty solid," he said
T7
Steve Stricker
71
Three birdies in his last five holes limited the damage to 1 over
T12 Phil Mickelson
67
"It was important to shoot ... under par to get back in it because I was too far back"
T12 Jim Furyk
68
Shot sizzling 31 on the front but couldn't sustain it and had a 37 coming home
T12
Roberto Castro
71
That 60-foot eagle putt at No. 9 was his only sub-par score on Friday
T15
D.A. Points
67
A three-putt at the 18th hole spoiled what could have been a bogey-free round
T15
Hunter Mahan
69
Bounced back well after dumping a chip into the bunker and making double bogey at No. 1
T15
Bill Haas
69
In six rounds at East Lake this marks the fifth time he's broken par
T15
Graham DeLaet
71
Another solid round tee to green but a double bogey at No. 6 and 32 putts hurt
T15
Webb Simpson
71
Put himself behind the eight-ball with three bogeys in a four-hole stretch starting at No. 5
T15
Sergio Garcia
71
Played hard to get back to 1 over after making three bogeys in his first six holes
21
Luke Donald
70
Struggled off the tee for the second straight day, finding just half the fairways
22
Kevin Streelman
72
Birdies at Nos. 2 and 3 were a good start but he was 4 over on his next 15 holes
T23
Brendon de Jonge
72
TOUR Championship rookie put the pressure on his short game when he missed 8 greens
T23
Jason Day
74
Normally steady Aussie only hit four fairways and nine greens in regulation
25
Matt Kuchar
74
Only five fairways and eight greens hit produced highest score in 14 rounds here 
T26
Tiger Woods
71
Played his first 13 holes in 5 under but made a double, triple and a bogey coming home
T26
Jason Dufner
70
Only hit six fairways for second straight day and 10 greens in regulation
T26
Brandt Snedeker
75
The defending FedExCup champ ranks dead last in GIR after missing 11 on Friday
29
Boo Weekley
75
Had a disastrous closing stretch with a double and three bogeys in his last four holes
30
Charl Schwartzel
79
Made two double bogeys to go 6 over after 10 holes and it didn't get better

 

 

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