Mike Weir looks nothing like the guy who shot one-under 70 in the first round on Thursday.
Through five holes, Weir went double bogey, bogey, par, double bogey, bogey. Ouch. Only hHalfway through his front nine and Weir's one-under becames a five-over.
Weir and Mickelson crossed paths somewhere along the scoreboard as one plummeted and the other climbed After going without a birdie Thursday, Mickelson now has three straight. His approach shot from the fairway took one bounce and came to a dead stop within 10 feet of the cup on the par-4, 331-yard 4th. He sunk the putt, improving to one-under. It seems that everyone is moving down the scoreboard while Mickelson moves up.