Humana Challenge 2013: Day 2 Leaderboard Analysis, Highlights and More

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Humana Challenge 2013: Day 2 Leaderboard Analysis, Highlights and More
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After the second day of the 2013 Humana Challenge, Roberto Castro and James Hahn are still tied for the lead with a 14-under-par 130.

One prominent golfer who is far back from the lead is Phil Mickelson, who finished with a five-under 139 on Friday (tied for 88th). He dug himself a hole from the start, scoring an even par on Day 1.

Here's a look at how the rest of the field performed on Day 2 at PGA West.

 

Day 2 Leaderboard

Position Player Total
T1 Roberto Castro -14
T1 James Hahn
-14
T3 Darron Stiles -13
T3 Scott Stallings -13
T3 Richard H. Lee -13
T6 Lee Williams -12
T6 Jason Kokrak -12
T6 Zach Johnson -12
T6 David Lingmerth -12
T6 Kevin Stadler -12

*Four other players are tied for sixth at -12. For the full leaderboard, check out PGATour.com

 

Castro, who led after Day 1, had another strong round of golf at PGA West, scoring a five-under en route to a two-round score of 14-under 130. The 27-year-old out of Houston placed 42nd at the Humana Challenge last year.

Darron Stiles turned in a nice Friday, scoring a seven-under. The 39-year-old sits at 13-under 131 through two rounds.

David Lingmerth of Sweden ended the day with an eight-under, posting a 12-under 132 through two rounds. The 25-year-old didn't play in the Humana Challenge last year.

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Bud Cauley had a brilliant day.

American Lee Williams had a big day, posting a seven-under to close out the first two rounds with a 12-under 132. He posted six birdies and one eagle on Friday.

Matt Kuchar, who tied for third place at the Masters last year, also soared into contention, posting an eight-under for the day to end up at 10-under 134 through two rounds.

Zach Johnson, who tied for ninth place at the British Open last year, posted an identical score on Day 2, which is a good thing. He ended up with a six-under on Friday, leaving him at 12-under 132 through two rounds at PGA West.

Young Florida native Bud Cauley had the best score of the bunch on Friday, registering a nine-under to close the first two rounds with an 11-under 133.

 

Highlights

*Clips courtesy of pgatour.com

Phil Mickelson, who started on the back nine on Friday, nailed a fantastic putt from the fringe of the green on hole No. 18.

Matt Kuchar, who had a very strong Day 2, scored an eagle on hole No. 16.

Lee Williams, who had a brilliant day out on the links, showed great touch with a 20-foot birdie putt on hole No. 13.

James Hahn had the chip shot of the day when he birdied hole No. 5.

 

What are your thoughts of Day 2 of the 2013 Humana Challenge?

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