Waste Management Phoenix Open 2013: Day 2 Leaderboard, Highlights and More

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Waste Management Phoenix Open 2013: Day 2 Leaderboard, Highlights and More
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Phil Mickelson shot a 65 on Friday and has a four-stroke lead after Day 2 of the 2013 Waste Management Phoenix Open.

Coming after his 60 on Thursday, Mickelson's round left him at 17-under par 125 at TPC Scottsdale.

Bill Haas, Keegan Bradley and Charlie Wi also had big days on Friday.

Here's a look at the leaderboard, analysis and highlights through Day 2.

Day 2 Leaderboard

Position Player Total
1 Phil Mickelson -17
2 Bill Haas
T3 Keegan Bradley -12
T3 Brandt Snedeker -12
T5 Angel Cabrera -11
T5 Charlie Wi -11
T5 Brian Gay -11
T8 Robert Garrigus -10
T8 Ryan Moore -10
T8 John Rollins -10

For the full leaderboard, check out PGA.com.

Mickelson, who struggled at the Humana Challenge and the Farmers Insurance Open to start 2013, has gotten off to a red-hot start in Scottsdale.

Mickelson posted a 6-under par on Friday, complete with six birdies and one eagle. Unfortunately, Lefty did finish with a double bogey on the 18th, missing the PGA Tour 36-hole record by a single stroke.

Bradley and Wi were among the biggest movers of the day. Each posted an 8-under par score. Bradley has a 12-under 130 through two days, tied for third. Wi has an 11-under 131, tied for fifth.

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Haas registered a 7-under par for the day, knocking down seven birdies with no bogeys. He finds himself in second place with a 13-under 129. The 30-year-old finished ninth at the Farmers Insurance Open.

Brandt Snedeker, who finished second and third at the Farmers Insurance Open and Hyundai Tournament of Champions, respectively, has posted a 12-under through two rounds.

Robert Garrigus, who finished in the top 10 at the Farmers Insurance Open, is at 10-under par after posting consecutive 66s.


*Clips courtesy of PGATour.com.

Brandt Snedeker nailed a 14-foot putt to birdie hole No. 6 on Friday.

Continuing his outstanding putting, Mickelson sunk a 23-foot putt to birdie hole No. 7.

While Harris English finds himself nine shots behind Mickelson for the lead, it was hard to ignore his 30-foot putt for eagle on hole No. 15. 

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