The Starter, Round 2: Children's Miracle Network ClassicNovember 11, 2010
PGA TOUR staff
Groups We're Watching Tee time Players 7:15 a.m. ET
Magnolia Course, No. 11
Chris Stroud, Roland Thatcher
This pairing finished Thursday with the top two scores. How will they fare on the Magnolia Course?
10:45 a.m. ET
Magnolia Course, No. 1
Rickie Fowler, Skip Kendall
Fowler showed no ill effects of his travel schedule with Thursday's 66. He has career victory No. 1 in his sights.
11:55 a.m. ET
Magnolia Course, No. 1
Cameron Percy, Matt Every
After losing a playoff in Vegas, Percy is in position to earn his TOUR card yet. Every may need a win.
The second round of the Children's Miracle Network classic is set to begin Friday. Here's a preview:
EXPERT PREVIEW: PGA TOUR NETWORK on-site correspondent Brian Katrek previews Saturday's action:
Temp: 77 high/58 low
Chance of precipitation 10 percent. Winds from NE at around 15 mph.
More great weather is expected for Friday, and more importantly, very comparable weather. The wind velocity and direction are expected to be exactly the same from Thursday to Friday.
The players that didn't finish on Thursday will not only switch golf courses on Friday, they can also switch driving ranges. Both the Palm and Magnolia courses have their own driving ranges close to the 1st and 10th tees. A nice convenience for players on a tight schedule.
The Film Room PGA TOUR Today: November 12, 2010
Casey Black recaps the first day at Disney where Chris Stroud took the lead with a 10-under 62 and Aaron Baddeley tied Troy Merritt for the Kodak Challenge lead. Watch it
Round 1 Highlights
Chris Stroud shoots a 10-under par 62 in the first round of the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Watch it
Shot of the Day: Ryan Palmer
Ryan Palmer sticks his approach to two feet on the par-4 17th hole during the first round of the Children's Miracle Network Classic. Watch it
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A follow up on Troy Merritt's visit to the Fantasia Gardens mini-golf course Wednesday night. Merritt had 29 putts on Thursday after playing what is the toughest mini-golf course in the country. He said the greens on the Palm course were easy by comparison. Look out for Rickie Fowler on Friday then. He and Merritt had plans to play again Thursday night.