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Pro Golf


Friday

At Tiburon GC

Naples, Fla.

Purse: $3.1 million

Yardage: 7,288; Par: 72

Second Round

Harris English & Matt Kuchar 57-66-123

Jerry Kelly & Steve Stricker 56-68-124

C. Howell III & Rory Sabbatini 59-69-128

Kevin Chappell & Kevin Kisner 60-68-128

Charley Hoffman & B. Horschel 61-68-129

Smylie Kaufman & J. Thomas 63-66-129

Jason Dufner & B. Snedeker 60-70-130

Sean O'Hair & Kenny Perry 63-68-131

Luke Donald & Russell Knox 60-71-131

B. DeChambeau & L. Thompson 62-71-133

Daniel Berger & K.J. Choi 63-71-134

Mike Weir & Gary Woodland 63-73-136

Friday

At Hong Kong GC

Fanling, Hong Kong

Purse: $2 million

Yardage: 6,699; Par: 70

Second Round

Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Spain 64-65-129

Sam Brazel, Australia 66-66-132

Tommy Fleetwood, England 66-68-134

Justin Walters, South Africa 67-67-134

Paul Peterson, United States 66-68-134

Danny Willett, England 68-66-134

Danny Chi, Malaysia 69-66-135

Steve Lewton, England 68-67-135

Chien-yao Hung, Taiwan 69-66-135

Thongchai Jaidee, Thailand 67-68-135

David Lipsky, United States 66-70-136

Jason Scrivener, Australia 67-69-136

Andrew Dodt, Australia 69-67-136

Benjamin Hebert, France 66-70-136

Daniel Im, United States 69-67-136

Carlos Pigem, Spain 68-68-136

Peter Uihlein, United States 66-70-136

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