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Bob Estes, Ginn sur Mer Classic at Tesoro, round 2
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Bob Estes holds the lead heading into the weekend.

The wet conditions kept golfers off the course until 9 a.m. Saturday, an hour behind schedule. Third-round tee times were pushed back to Saturday afternoon.

Daly was at 1 under when he returned to finish his final two holes, and made a 5-footer for birdie to ensure that he'd play the weekend. He rebounded from an opening-round 75 to shoot 69.

"It's tough. It played tough," said Daly, who finished on the 2-under cut line.

Daisuke Maruyama (66) was at 9 under, as was Jeff Quinney, who shot 64 in the second round to match the tournament low so far.

Bryce Molder - who made his sixth cut in 20 starts this season - shot a 71 to reach 8 under.

"I've had some momentum building," said Molder, who didn't make a cut until July but has cashed in four of his past five starts. "I still don't feel like I'm there yet, so I feel like I want to keep it kind of building. Even if it's just for Q-school, it'd be great."

Notes: The second round ended Saturday at 11:49 a.m. ... Three players withdrew Saturday morning, citing no reason: Robert Damron, Richard S. Johnson and Michael Bradley all withdrew. None were inside the projected cut line. ... Mark Calcavecchia played three holes before withdrawing, citing symptoms of vertigo. Carlos Franco was disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard, and J.B. Holmes was disqualified after simply not showing up for his second round. ... Identical twins Derek (75, 1 over) and Daryl (75, 5 over) Fathauer missed the cut. "What an experience," said Barbara Fathauer, mother of the twins who are seniors at Louisville and grew up near the course.

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