Friday at Wachovia

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Tiger Woods made five birdies and one bogey in his round of 68. Woods goes into the weekend at six-under par. "I felt like I pretty much have maximized my rounds," Woods said. "You know, today was part of a pretty good balance. I missed a couple short ones but also got away with a couple bad drives and made a pretty good up-and-down after a terrible iron shot at 3. All in all, pretty balanced on both ends." See the latest news and photos about Tiger Woods
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What a round for Vijay Singh. Singh made an eagle and a birdie on the front nine. He then made five bogeys, three birdies and one par on the back nine to shoot a one-under 71 to tie Woods at six under. See the latest news and photos about Vijay Singh
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Phil Mickelson isn't far behind. Lefty shot a one-under 71 and stands at three under. "I didn't put myself in the best places off the tee," Mickelson said. "I'm going to see if I can get that worked out and straightened out for the weekend." See the latest news and photos about Phil Mickleson
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Padraig Harrington started the day tied for the lead, but he quickly gave it up with a front-nine 39. Harrington rebounded with birdies on Nos. 10-13 to regain the lead. However, a triple bogey on 18 left him at three under par.
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Ernie Els continued to struggle with his game. The Big Easy shot a two-over 74. See the latest news and photos about Ernie Els
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Ken Duke continued his good play with rounds of 70-70. Duke has three top 10s in his last three events.
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Jason Bohn shot an even-par 72, but he is only one behind at five under.
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Luke Donald finished second last week at the Byron Nelson, but he couldn't continue his good play at Wachovia. Donald shot rounds of 73-75 to miss the cut. See the latest news and photos about Luke Donald
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Also missing the cut was Masters champ Zach Johnson, who shot rounds of 71-75. See the latest news and photos about Zach Johnson