PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. -- The lead is now one after Phil Mickelson made his first bogey of the day at the eighth hole.
He missed the right fairway and then hit his approach just short of the narrow green. Mickelson still had a 6-footer to save par but he couldn't convert.,
Lefty's closest competitors, Bill Haas and Jonathan Byrd, have just made the turn in 33 and 34, respectively. They are 7 under as they chase Mickelson and what would be their first wins of the season.
Jarrod Lyle, a q-school grad due to become a dad next month, is tied at 6 under while Keegan Bradley, who is playing with Mickelson.