Jerry Kelly called the second round a "bad physical and a bad mental day" for him.
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Ben Crane shot a four-under 67 to make his second cut of the year.
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Davis Love III, a five-time champion at Harbour Town, shot a two-under 69, but he is 13 shots back of Els.
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Vaughn Taylor slashed the turf after an errant shot. He finished with a 66 and stands at five under par.
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There is no Champions Tour event this week, but that's not stopping Fred Funk. He finished at eight under, four shots off the lead.
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After an even-par 71 Thursday, Jesper Parnevik shot a four-under 67.
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In his last two events, Stephen Leaney has a top 10 and a top 20. He's in the mix again this week, four shots off the lead.
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"This week I've just tried to play the way I can play, and if I'm going to make a mistake, then I don't feel like it's the end of the world kind of thing," said leader Ernie Els. "I think my mindset is a little different this week."
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Nathan Green moved into contention with a five-under 66.
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With a bogey on 18, Jim Furyk shot a two-over 73 and missed his first cut of the year.
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