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The Tour Report

April 15 2011

2:05 PM

Update: Not many going low

Overnight co-leader J.J. Henry just teed off at TPC San Antonio, where he suddenly has company thanks to a bogey on his opening hole. That drops Henry to 4 under and into a tie with Kevin Sutherland, who’s 3 under through 15, and Brandt Snedeker, who’s 1 under through 15.

It also means there’s a seven-way tie for the lead.

It’s early, but there aren’t exactly a lot of low scores being shot out there on what is looking like a very tough track.

The scoring average for the second round is already at 75.337, which is more than two strokes higher than it played on Thursday.

The toughest hole on the golf course so far in Round 2? The 410-yard par-4 12th. Only two birdies have been made there so far -- by Sutherland and Matt Every -- and it’s playing to a stroke average of 4.671 with 31 bogeys, six double bogeys, two others and only 29 pars.