Second Round of the Players Championship

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Second Round of the Players Championship Despite a bogey on the last hole, Anthony Kim finished with a second-round 70. He is at four under par.
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Justin Rose's second-round 73 left him at seven over par.
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Stewart Cink finished his round at two over par after three-straight bogeys on the back nine.
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Camilo Villegas double bogeyed the par-4 14th hole. He is at three over par.
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Retief Goosen's two birdies and one bogey in the second round left him at even par heading into the weekend.
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Ian Poulter double bogeyed the par-4 15th hole.
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Adam Scott, who started his round off on Friday with a birdie, shot 71.
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Ernie Els shot a 71 on Friday, which left him at one under par.
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Boo Weekley found the green on 17 for a par. He is three under par.
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Former President George Bush watched players on No. 17 on Friday with Tim Finchem.
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Bernhard Langer, who is the leading money winner on the Champions Tour, is only one back after a five-under 67.
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Mickelson's drive on 18 came to rest inches away from the water.
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Defending champion Phil Mickelson shot a one-over 73, and he finished at one under.
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Kenny Perry missed a birdie putt on the 15th hole, but was still able to move into the lead. He is at six under par.
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Garcia's scorecard included two birdies, a bogey, and a double bogey.
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Garcia's tee shot on 17 trickled off the back of the green and continued down the foot path. His awkward chip shot landed on the green, but kept rolling, and stopped inches away from dropping into the water. Garcia finished with a double bogey on the hole.
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Sergio Garcia tried to use some body language to get his birdie putt to fall on 18. But he missed and will start the third round one shot back.
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Jim Furyk got off to a strong start early this morning with four birdies on his front nine, but followed that with four bogeys on his back nine. He is at two over par.