The 2017-18 PGA Tour season continues this week with the Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club.
We will be tracking the Round 2 action. Follow along below…
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6:30 p.m.: Jordan Spieth just began his second round and is right on the cut line at 1 under. Spieth shot 1-under 69 Thursday despite having a quadruple-bogey 8 on the card. Harman still holds a 3-shot lead at 13 under after a 7-under 63 today.
5:15 p.m.: Brian Harman is on some kind of heater! Just rolled in an eagle putt on his final hole to take a 3-shot lead. Improved on yesterday’s 64 with a 7-under 63 and is looking for his fifth straight top-10 finish. Seriously impressive stuff.
4:45 p.m.: Bogey for Harman at No. 7, his 16th hole of the day, and his lead over John Peterson is down to one shot. Those two are three shots ahead of the rest of the field, with a large group bunched up at 7 under.
4:15 p.m.: Not much movement at the moment. Harman still leads by two at 12 under with John Peterson on his heels at 10 under. Patton Kizzire and Tom Hoge T-3 at 8 under. Just Thomas is even on the day through 13 and T-27 at 3 under. Afternoon wave set to tee off in about 90 minutes.
3:40 p.m.: Three straight birdies for Harman, who now holds a 2-shot lead at 12 under. Clinical. Zach Johnson plodding along at even par through 10 and Stewart Cink is making a move today at 6 under through 11. He’s all the way up to T-6 after an even-par 70 in Round 1.
3:15 p.m.: Justin Thomas just moved into the top 10 with a birdie at No. 16. He’s 2 under through 8 today with another birdie hole coming up at the par-5 18th. Still right in the thick of this thing. Currently five shots back of Brian Harman, who leads outright at 10 under.
2:45 p.m.: Brian Harman just made birdie at No. 18, his ninth hole of the day, to take the outright lead at 9 under. He’s currently one shot up on John Peterson, who birdied his first four holes of the day to move to 8 under. It’s the first start of the season for Peterson, who hasn’t been full-time on the PGA Tour since 2014. He has two career top-10 finishes in 83 PGA Tour starts and has played mostly on the Web.com Tour in recent years.
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