Tiger Woods has a birdie on the fourth hole to go minus three for the tournament, early Friday morning.
The weather is very nice, so you will see more low scores on Friday, in the minus-five to -six range once again by a few players.
The leaders at -5 and -6 need to repeat the previous days action and reach 10-12 under if possible, to hold off challenges and cement a 2-3 shot lead going into the weekend.
With intense pressure to perform, Tiger Woods on day two, must shoot a good solid 66-67 to get into the thick of things in this Players Championship.
It's now 9:42 am on Friday, as we take a quick glance at the leader board to see if any surprises are happening.
I have Tiger Woods, K.J. Choi, Jim Furyk, and Angel Cabrera active on my fantasy team today. I put in KJ and took out Ogilvie yesterday.
Yesterdays point total in Yahoo fantasy golf was 46.This gained a few spots but no major impact.
Presently leading the tournament at -8 are Ryuji Imada and Ryan Moore, both at minus three for the day, as we scan the leaderboard.
Robert Allenby, one of those first round players needing to repeat yesterday, has a birdie and is one shot back at-7.
Also at minus three on Friday early is Francisco Molinari, reaching -7 for the tournament.
As I stated, the second round leader should top out around -10 to-12 to be in a good position for the weekend, where maybe the weather, and the hole placement gets a bit more bent.
Hole number 17 is fantastic viewing on Sunday when the wind begins to howl ,as it likes in the late afternoons.
Ah, look, Imada has another birdie and is tyring to distance himself from the pack at -9.
Jay Haas, who has been playing very well of late, is also minus three for the morning and at four under, has made it to 14th place.
Your Tiger watch has Tiger currently at minus 2 and 7 shots back. Keep it up bub, and I 'll switch to my back-up A player Phil Mickelson for Saturday and Sunday.
If Tiger does not play well, my loyalty flies out the window. It's bad enough cheating on such a fine looking wife, don't throw lousy golf into the equation too.
Who needs Gatorade, anyway?