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  • WGT GOLF UPDATE: PGA Sony Open Results, Round 2

    13 Jan 2012

    Big changes on the Round 2 leaderboard at the Sony Open. Matt Every shot 66 and 64 for 10 under to take a 2 shot lead into the weekend.

    Every is followed by David Hearn and Carl Pettersson, and then Brendon de Jonge who shot the low-round 62 for a share of third place. And watch out for Charles Howell III (CH3), Sean O'Hair and Keegan Bradley, each only 4 shots back.

    Round 1 leader, Graham DeLaet, had a rough start with double-bogeys on the opening two holes, but settled down and made the cut, which was at 1 under. Other notable PGA players not making the cut include: David Toms, Mark Wilson, Justin Leonard, Ryo Ishikawa.

    Sony Open Round 2 Results

    1. 66-64-130 - Matt Every
    2. 66-66-132 - David Hearn
    3. 65-67-132 - Carl Pettersson
    4. 66-67-133 - Pat Perez
    5. 71-62-133 - Brendon de Jonge
    6. 66-67-133 - Doug LaBelle II
    7. 66-68-134 - Kyle Stanley
    8. 66-68-134 - Bud Cauley
    9. 67-67-134 - Charles Howell III
    10. 67-67-134 - Sean O'Hair
    11. 67-67-134 - William McGirt
    12. 69-65-134 - Jeff Maggert
    13. 67-67-134 - Spencer Levin
    14. 68-66-134 - Johnson Wagner
    15. 67-67-134 - Keegan Bradley
    16. 68-66-134 - Kris Blanks

    See Full PGA Leaderboard from Sony Open


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