Friday at Colonial
After a soggy Thursday, play resumed Friday at Colonial Country Club, site of the 2007 Crowne Plaza Invitational. Have a look at some of the day's best shots.
After huge thunderstorms halted play early on Thursday, fans were still dodging rain drops at Colonial Country Club Friday.
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South Africa's Tim Clark set a blistering pace over the first 36 holes, going 65-64. It's especially remarkable when you consider his first round 65 included 3 bogeys. He holds a one-stroke lead going into Saturday.
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A 64-66 start at Colonial has Arron Oberholser in contention for his first PGA Tour win since the 2006 AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He is one shot behind Tim Clark and in second place.
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A two-time winner on the PGA Tour in 2006, Ben Curtis started 64-67 at Colonial and is tied for third place, only two shots off the lead.
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Jim Furyk and Jason Gore shared a few laughs Friday. Furyk, the 2003 U.S. Open champion, had reason to smile after posting 65-66 to finish two shots behind leader Tim Clark. But Gore's 71-71 should have given him reason to frown.
Jim Furyk answered questions from GOLF.com readers in an exclusive interview last week. Read it here.
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After firing an impressive 63 in the first round, Kevin Na cooled off slightly and shot a 1-under-par 69. He's three shots off the lead with 36 holes to play.
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Afer scoring nine birdies en route to his opening round 65, the birdie parade stopped for Frank Lickliter II in the second round. The Ohio native shot 71 and made only two birdies to go along with three bogeys.
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After shooting an opening round 63, rookie Anthony Kim was able to finish his second round Friday with a 69 to stay in the hunt.
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