Phil Mickelson made double bogeys on 16 and 18 to miss the cut by three shots.
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Adam Scott made a bogey on 17, and a triple bogey on 18 to miss the cut.
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After shooting a four-under 66 on Thursday, Jim Furyk shot a four-over 74 on Friday to finish at even par.
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Billy Andrade finished three shots off the lead after a 68.
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Vijay Singh shot a one-over 73, but he's still close to the lead at three under. "I'm just going to go out and play my game and see if I can catch (the leaders)," Singh said.
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Stuart Appleby had four birdies and one bogey for a 67. "My game feels good enough to win, for sure," Appleby said. "It's just a matter of executing and going and having some fun."
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K.J. Choi, already a winner this year at the Memorial, finished tied with Stuart Appleby for the clubhouse lead at seven under.
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Woods was unable to get up and down for par on No. 6.
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Woods needed 34 putts on Thursday, but only 25 on Friday. "I did some altering on my putter last night," Woods said. "I didn't bend it. I just put some lead tape on it and made it a little bit heavier, because the greens were a touch on the slow side."
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Tiger Woods ran off three straight birdies to end his round. Woods finished at one under par.
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Mickelson got a hug from U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice after he finished the second round.
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Woods had six birdies and two bogeys in his round of four-under 66.
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Since Mickelson won the Players Championship, he hurt his wrist; withdrew from the Memorial; and missed the cut at the U.S. Open and AT&T National. "I'll head over and play the Scottish Open and try to get in a good competitive frame of mind for the British," Mickelson said.
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John Daly shot 77 and missed the cut.
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