By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM
CROMWELL, Conn. -- The second round of the Travelers Championship is under way and Charley Hoffman has already lost his lead after playing his first six holes in 3 over.
It's pretty shocking considering Hoffman shot a career-low 61 on Thursday -- though after the round he had to leave the course to have a broken tooth fixed.
Who will make a move this afternoon? Here are some players to keep an eye on in what should be another day of low scoring at TPC River Highlands (all times ET).
Padraig Harrington (12:40 p.m.): Harrington said he didn't hit it very well in the opening round, but he still managed to shoot 66 with three birdies over his final four holes.
Hunter Mahan (12:50 p.m.): The 2007 winner here and last year's runer-up is 17 under in his last two rounds here after a 62 on Thursday. The last time he posted that number in the opening round at TPC River Highlands? Yep, 2007.
Rickie Fowler (12:50 p.m.): Fowler was unable to feed off Mahan's performance in the opening round and struggled to a 2-over 72, leaving him outside the cut. He'll need to go low to stick around for the weekend.
Webb Simpson (1 p.m.): The 2011 U.S. Open champion made just one bogey in the opening round en route to a 65. He also missed just one fairway and hit all but two greens in regulation.
Lee Westwood (1 p.m.): Playing here for the first time since 2005, Westwood made four birdies in his first seven holes Thursday before stumbling with a double bogey on No. 3 and eventually shooting 67.