Phil Mickelson finished his round at 2 under, the same way he began it. He missed a birdie putt on No. 18 and has some work to do this weekend. At the moment he is 8 shots behind Rory McIlroy, but the latter is on the back nine, which no one seems to be conquering today.
TIger Woods just birdied No. 6 and is 1 under, just the way he started the day, too.
Former Long Islander Arjun Atwal is 1 under today through five holes, much better than his first-round 80.