Round 2 PGA Championship at Southern Hills

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The Second Round of the PGA Championship at Southern Hills Tiger Woods was firing on all cylinders at Southern Hills on Friday afternoon. He made eight birdies and a bogey to shoot 63.
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Graeme Storm started the day with a two-shot lead, but eight bogeys, four birdies and a double bogey left him at one over.
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Adam Scott quietly shot a two-under 68 and is in good position at even par.
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On the par-5 5th, Stephen Ames knocked this approach shot close and made birdie. He is three under.
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Colin Montgomerie sought refuge from the sun under his umbrella. He made the cut on the number at five over.
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John Senden was near the lead until he went bogey-bogey to end his round at one under.
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Brandt Snedeker had to wait for a squirrel to get out of the way before taking his shot on the fourth tee. He shot 71 in his second round.
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Masters champ Zach Johnson missed the cut by five shots.
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U.S. Open champ Angel Cabrera, who shot a wild 81 in a first round that included a 10 on a par 3, missed the cut at 11 over.
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The grounds crew worked throughout the day to make sure the greens didn't burn out at Southern Hills.
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Woody Austin flipped his putter after missing a birdie on 12. Austin is only four behind Woods.
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Tom Lehman, who finished tied for 24th at the 2001 U.S. Open at Southern Hills, is four over.
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Woods after lipping out his putt on the final hole that would have given him a 62 and the record for the lowest round in a major tournament. Twenty-one others have carded a 63, and Greg Norman and Vijay Singh have done it twice.
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Phil Mickelson is two over after shooting 69 on Friday.
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John Daly found the trees on No. 10, his first hole, after trying to drive the green. He hit only one fairway but found 10 greens in regulation and managed to shoot three-over 73. He is even par for the tournament.
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After four straight bogeys on the back nine, Sergio Garcia finished at five over par.
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Scott Verplank, a graduate of Oklahoma State, shot 66 to finish four under par, two shots behind Tiger Woods.
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Geoff Ogilvy, the 2006 U.S. Open champion, is tied for third at three under par.
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With temperatures once again nearing triple digits, fans at Southern Hills flocked to shade, fans and water to stay cool.
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Ernie Els has won three majors, but never a PGA Championship. The Big Easy shot a two-under 68 Friday and is even par for the tournament.
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British Open winner Padraig Harrington shot 69-73 and heads to the weekend at two over par.