May 27 2011
By Mike McAllister, PGATOUR.COM
IRVING, Texas -- If you get a chance, check out Joe Ogilvie's scorecard in his first two rounds at TPC Four Seasons Report ( click here ). Make sure to give yourself plenty of time to comprehend it. Lots of colors are involved.
That's because Ogilvie's scorecard includes one eagle, 12 birdies, eight bogeys and one double bogey in addition to his 14 pars.
"Yeah, it looked like an Easter egg," Ogilvie said.
The most important number, though, was 4 under. That's where Ogilvie stands after his even-par 70 on Friday. That left him on the front page of the leaderboard when he walked off the course, and gives him the opportunity to post his second career TOUR win this week.
"I'm making way lot of mistakes, but I'm playing well," Ogilvie said. "I'm making mistakes because I'm playing very aggressive."
Ogilvie has needed just 26 putts in each of the first two rounds. He credits his ball-striking for getting him close looks at birdies
"I'm rolling it well and for me I'm hitting it extraordinarily well," Ogilvie said. "So I feel good around this place."