The results from round two of the 2012 Players Championship are all in, and a three way tie for the lead has developed. Zach Johnson improved from his first round 70 to a 66 on Friday, while Kevin Na went the other way, from a 67 in round one to a 69 in round two. Matt Kuchar held even at 68, and that was good enough to place all three in first at 8-under.
It was a mixed day for West Chester natives, as Jim Furyk shot 2-under and is tied for 30th place at 2-under overall, while Sean O'Haire shot 5-over and did not make the cut. Standing at 30th with Furyk is Tiger Woods, who shot 68 for 4-under on the day. Rory McIlroy failed to make the cut for the third time in three years, despite entering the tournament with high hopes after last week's 2nd place ranking in the Wells Fargo Championship.
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