Fog delayed the start of play for the second straight day Friday morning at Whistling Straits.
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shot a 69 on Sunday, but he was one over through four holes on Friday evening.
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Spectators enjoyed spending time around the bunkers more than the players did on Friday.
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shot 75 on Friday to move to five over for the tournament.
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challenged the course record on Friday, going six under through 17, but bogied 18 to finish at five under for the day.
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kept it going in the second round, moving to eight under for the tournament.
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Despite this wayward tee shot, Dustin Johnson played well on Friday, making four birdies on his first seven holes.
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had a double and triple bogey in his first round, but played well on Friday to finish right near the cut line at two over par.
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Els has two victories this season, leads the tour in scoring average and is first in FedEx Cup points.
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Els shot a bogey-free first round, but went two over on Friday, finishing two under for the tournament.
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Woods found trouble on the par-5 second hole, hitting his second shot onto a dirt path in the gallery. He then hit a fairway wood while surrounded by fans and eventually saved par.
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Due to the fog delays, Tiger Woods did not tee off until 6:45 p.m. Eastern.
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finished the first round one shot back of Kuchar.
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Kuchar finished the first round on top of the leaderboard at five under.
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also finished his first round Friday morning.
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was one under through 11 holes on Thursday, but made two bogies on his final seven Friday morning to finish one over.
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Due to Thursday morning's fog delay, several groups were forced to finish their first rounds Friday morning. Among those players were 2010 major winners Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell and Phil Mickelson.
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was also one over through four holes on Friday. He and Moore were forced to stop play due to darkness and will continue their second round Saturday morning.
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