PACIFIC PALISADES, Calif. -- Fredrick Jacobson has recovered the two strokes he squandered with that double bogey at the fifth hole.
The Swede got up and down from the left side of the 10th hole, sinking a 5-footer for birdie, and then added a 12-inch birdie putt on the 11th hole after a pin-point wedge. Jacobson is now tied for second with playing partner John Merrick at 9 under, two strokes behind Bill Haas.
Webb Simpson, Charl Schwartzel and Sang-moon Bae, who was tied for the overnight lead with Jacobson, are 8 under. Bae is 1 over for 11 holes while Simpson and Schwartzel are 2 under through 12 and 11, respectively.