Phil Mickelson's second shot on No. 2 plugged in the rough. He took a penalty stroke and dropped the ball, but it rolled closer to the hole, so he was allowed to place the ball. After it was deemed "in play," it rolled about 10 feet closer to the hole. Mickelson, by rule, played the ball from where it came to rest on the edge of the green and salvaged a bogey. He shot 77 and missed the cut.