In contrast to the first round, John Rollins got off to a slow start on Friday. He started on the back nine and promptly bogeyed the 10th and 14th to drop back into the pack.
Rollins finally got on a roll though, as he rolled in birdie putts of 4 and 13 feet on Nos. 17 and 18 and two more from 8 inches and 20 feet on the next two holes.
Rollins has added to more birdies on the fourth and sixth holes to get to 10 under for the tournament. He’s two strokes off the lead held by Brandt Snedeker and Arjun Atwal. – Helen Ross