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Scoring
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POSPLAYER NAME: FIRST | LASTSCORING TO PARROUNDSTOTAL
TOTAL THRU TODAY 1 2
1
Tiger Woods-13F-86764 131
2
Phil Mickelson-6F-47068 138
3
Michael Campbell-1F-27370 143
4
Vijay SinghEF-37569 144
ROUND TWO

TOURNAMENT SUMMARY
Hole Yards Par 2005 Highlights
1 428 4 Vijay Singh got his round off to a fine start with a birdie on the opening hole. He hit his drive 317 yards, then hit a 60-degree lob wedge from 101 yards to 5 feet and made the putt. The other three players made routine pars. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -5; SINGH +2
2 524 5 Singh picked up his second straight birdie but failed to gain any ground on leader Tiger Woods, who also picked up a stroke here. Singh got his with a 307-yard drive, 5-wood second shot to 60 feet and two putts, while Woods carded his first birdie of the round with a 308-yard drive into the left rough, a 5-wood from 216 to just off the front edge of the green, a 7-iron chip to 5 feet and putt. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -6; SINGH +1
3 209 3 Woods opened a five-shot cushion on the longest par-3 on the course, hitting a 4-iron from 209 to 25 feet and making the putt to move to 7-under par. Singh kept from falling even further behind with a nice save from over the green, canning a 7-foot par putt. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -7; SINGH +1
4 380 4 Michael Campbell was the only one of the group to tame this tough hole, which was playing directly into the northeastern trade winds. He hit his drive 253 yards, placed his second-shot 8-iron from 127 to 20 feet and made the putt to get back to even par for the tournament. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL E; WOODS -7; SINGH +1
5 355 4 There was plenty of leaderboard movement on this tough par-4. Woods gave back his first stroke of the round after driving into the right rough, missing the green long, chipping to 8 feet with a 5-wood and missing the putt. Phil Mickelson got into red figures for the round with his first birdie, the result of a 255-yard drive, pitching wedge to 15 feet and one putt. Campbell, on the other hand, lost the shot he gained at No. 4 when missed the green and failed to convert his 8-foot par putt. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -6; SINGH +1
6 573 5 We saw everything from an eagle to a bogey on this par-5. Not surprisingly, Woods was responsible for the eagle with a 344-yard drive, 5-iron from 229 to 55 feet and long curling putt that was gaining speed as it hit the hole. Mickelson added the birdie with a drive of 324 yards, a 4-iroin from 249 to the fringe and two-putt. Campbell dropped another shot when his second-shot 7-wood from 264 sailed way left of the green, he pitched up and three-putted from 20 feet. MICKELSON -4; CAMPBELL +2; WOODS -8; SINGH +1
7 152 3 All four players made no-stress pars. MICKELSON -4; CAMPBELL +2; WOODS -8; SINGH +1
8 374 4 Mickelson picked up a stroke on Woods with his third birdie in four holes. Lefty hit a 264-yard drive, a sand wedge from 110 yards to 20 feet and made the putt to pull withing three shots of the lead. Woods, Singh and Campbell all made pars from off the fairway, with Woods and Singh getting up and down from just off the front of the green. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL +2; WOODS -8; SINGH +1
9 405 4 All four players carded pars on this par-4, with Campbell's the most impressive. His drive landed in the right fairway bunker, and he hit a 5-iron from 173 to just short of the green, pitched up to 3 feet and made the putt to keep pace. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL +2; WOODS -8; SINGH +1
10 429 4 Campbell climbed closer to even par for the tournament with a nice birdie here. He hit a 270-yard drive, a 6-iron from 163 to 10 feet and made the putt. Woods, meanwhile, made a good par save from the left greenside bunker, blasting to 8 feet and making the putt. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -8; SINGH +1
11 193 3 A huge three-shot swing on this devilish par-3, which yesterday gave Singh fits. This time, Mickelson felt its sting, as he plunked his 6-iron tee shot into the water and missed a little 3-footer for bogey for a double-bogey 5. Woods, on the other hand, nearly holed his 6-iron tee shot and tapped in the 2-footer for a big birdie that upped his lead to six shots with seven to play. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -9; SINGH +1
12 435 4 All four players made two-putt pars, with Mickelson missing the best birdie opportunity when he pulled his attempt from 8 feet. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -9; SINGH +1
13 384 4 When is the last time Tiger Woods was a member of a foursome and all players except him attempted to drive the green? It happened here, but Woods did just fine, hitting a 7-iron tee shot 208 yards and a pitching wedge to 15 feet before making the putt to get to 10 under. Campbell and Mickelson each reached the green with their tee shots, Campbell two-putting from 30 feet for his birdie and Mickelson doing the same from 18 feet. Singh, meanwhile, drove into the water, dropped, wedged to 5 feet and missed the putt for bogey. MICKELSON -4; CAMPBELL E; WOODS -10; SINGH +2
14 537 5 Woods collected his second eagle of the round on this par 5, overpowering the hole with a driver, 3-wood from 244 yards to 12 feet and perfect putt. The other three players each made birdie, but it didn't really matter after Woods' heroics, although Campbell's did put him back into red figures at 1-under. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -12; SINGH +1
15 427 4 All four players made pars, but Woods' was the best. He drove it into the large water hazard to the left of the fairway called the Pacific Ocean, took a drop, then calmly hit his third-shot pitching wedge approach to 5 feet and made the putt to retain his seven-shot lead. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -12; SINGH +1
16 501 4 Singh got back to even par for the tournament with 318-yard drive, an 8-iron from 183 to 7 feet and a nice putt. Woods made a good par save after his drive stopped on the cart path, he took a drop, punched a 7-iron from 167 to the fringe and two-putted. MICKELSON -5; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -12; SINGH E
17 225 3 Mickelson made a solid birdie here with a 6-iron tee shot to 18 feet and perfect putt. The others all had routine pars. MICKELSON -6; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -12; SINGH E
18 550 5 Woods closed his sixth Grand Glam of Golf title in vintage fashion with a booming 360yard drive, 7-iron from 190 to 65 feet and two putts for birdie. Those others all parred. MICKELSON -6; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -13; SINGH E
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ROUND ONE

TOURNAMENT SUMMARY
Hole Yards Par 2005 Highlights
1 428 4 The world's top two players got off to shaky starts, each carding an opening bogey. Tiger Woods hit driver into the fairway bunker on the left, then tried to reach the green with a 7-iron from 153 yards out but his ball hit the lip of the bunker. His third shot 7-iron from 149 out drifted 35 feet from the hole, then he two-putted for 5. Vijay Singh, on the other hand, had his problems on the green, where he three-putted from 65 feet. Phil Mickelson and Michael Campbell each posted routine pars. MICKELSON E; CAMPBELL E; WOODS +1; SINGH +1
2 524 5 All four players picked up strokes with birdies on this par-5. Woods smashed his drive 362 yards, then hit his 9-iron from 162 yards out to 30 feet and two-putted for a 4. Mickelson also reached the green in two, his 8-iron from 199 yards out stopping 20 feet from the pin. Campbell and Singh each hit 324-yard drives, with Campbell reaching the green with a 7-iron from 198 and two-putting from 40, and Singh missing the green pin-high to the right and getting up and down from 20 feet away. MICKELSON -1; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS E; SINGH E
3 209 3 Woods immediately gave back the stroke he stole at No. 2 with a sloppy three-putt bogey on this 209-yard, par-3, the longest on the course. His 5-iron tee shot stopped 12 feet from the hole but he missed his 2-foot par putt to fall back to 1-over par. Singh made a nice up-and-down from 25 yards off the green with a pitch to 6 feet and holed par putt. MICKELSON -1; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS +1; SINGH E
4 380 4 Phil Mickelson picked up his second birdie in three holes -- and grabbed a one-shot lead -- when he hit his drive 338 yards, stuck his 60-degree lob wedge shot from 66 yards to 8 feet and canned the putt. The other three players each made routine pars. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS +1; SINGH E
5 355 4 Inconsistency appears to the be the theme of the day. Now it was Mickelson's turn to throw away a shot, as he hit his 60-degree lob wedge approach from a mere 47 yards fat and short of the green then two-putted from 4 feet for a bogey. Woods, meanwhile, righted his ship with a 355-yard blast off the tee into the greenside bunker. From there he blasted to 5 feet and made the birdie putt. Singh also picked up a shot with 325-yard drive and sand wedge to 2 feet. MICKELSON -1; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS E; SINGH -1
6 573 5 The winds were ripping up the fairway of this par-5, evidenced by the shockingly short drives of all four players. Woods hit his driver tee shot just 219 yards into the wind, Singh hit his 210, and Mickelson hit his 226. But only Woods was able to gain ground on the hole, with a 3-wood from 354 yards to 40 yards short of the green and sand wedge to 6 feet. Campbell did save his par from the greenside bunker. MICKELSON -1; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -1; SINGH -1
7 152 3 Mickelson jumped back into the lead with a 5-iron tee shot to 18 feet and birdie putt, while Woods and Campbell each gave back a stroke. Woods missed the green pin-high to the right with his 5-iron tee shot, chipped to 12 feet and two putted. Campbell lost his shot when he three-putted from 65 feet. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL E; WOODS E; SINGH -1
8 374 4 Woods took advantage of this downwind tee shot, smacking one 348 yards onto the green. From 90 feet away, he two-putted for birdie to get into red figures. Mickelson also hit a big drive, leaving himself just 42 yards to the pin. From there he hit a sand wedge to 10 feet and made the putt. Campbell had 50 yards to the green after his tee shot, and stuck a sand wedge to 10 feet and made the putt. Singh, on the other hand, drove into the greenside bunker, blasted over the green, chipped to 8 feet and made the putt for par. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -1; SINGH -1
9 405 4 All four players made routine pars. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -1; SINGH -1
10 429 4 Tiger Woods continued his impressive work with his driver, ripping this one 347 yards and leaving himself just 82 yards to the hole. His sand wedge approach was not great, leaving him 20 feet from the cup but he drained the right-to-left curler for a birdie. Campbell also made birdie when he stuck a 54-degree wedge approach from 124 yards to 2 feet and made the putt. Mickelson and Singh each missed makeable birdie putts and settled for two-putt pars. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -2; WOODS -2; SINGH -1
11 193 3 While Woods was making a nice birdie with his 5-iron tee shot to 12 feet and one putt, Singh hiccupped, splashing two balls into the water -- one from the tee with a 5-iron and another from the drop area with a 60-degree wedge -- en route to a crippling quadruple-bogey 7. Campbell, meanwhile, bogeyed from a buried lie in the left greenside bunker to fall to 1-under, and Mickelson two-putted from 10 feet for par. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -3; SINGH +3
12 435 4 Singh could not shake the effects of that eye-popping quad on No. 11. After a good drive, he was left with just 126 yards to the green but put his wedge approach shot into the greenside bunker. An indifferent blast to 8 feet and two putts left Singh at 4-over par and seven shots behind co-leaders Woods and Mickelson, who, like Campbell, each made two-putt pars. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -3; SINGH +4
13 384 4 Singh continued his freefall at this relatively benign par-4, and again his short clubs betrayed him. After a good drive, his pitching wedge approach from 95 yards stopped 65 feet from the hole and he three-putted for another lost shot. The other three players all make two-putt pars. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -3; SINGH +5
14 537 5 All four players reached the green in two shot and birdied this par-5, but Campbell hit the nicest approach of the group, a 5-iron from 215 yards that spun to a stop pin high just 6 feet away from the hole. But the reigning U.S. Open champion couldn't convert, pulling his eagle putt and settling for a birdie. Woods nearly made eagle but his attempt from 35 feet nipped the left edge of the cup. MICKELSON -4; CAMPBELL -2; WOODS -4; SINGH +4
15 427 4 Campbell caught a tough break when his drive landed in the right rough and he caught a flier with his 8-iron approach from 149 yards out. His ball flew the green, he chipped to 8 feet and two-putted for his third bogey of the round. Woods and Mickelson each made nice pars from the little collection area just off the green and left of the hole. MICKELSON -4; CAMPBELL -1; WOODS -4; SINGH +4
16 501 4 Mickelson and Campbell both sent second-shot 3-woods flying into the hazard that lines the left side of the fairway, and both paid with bogeys. Mickelson lofted a fourth-shot pitch from 70 yards to 2 feet, while Campbell had to make an 8-footer for his bogey. Woods and Singh, on the other hand, each made trouble-free two-putt bogeys. MICKELSON -3; CAMPBELL E; WOODS -4; SINGH +4
17 225 3 Neither Mickelson nor Campbell could get off the bogey train on this tough par-3. Mickelson left his 4-wood tee shot short of the green and in the rough, chipped 12 feet short of the hole and missed the putt to drop his second straight shot. Campbell's wild 4-wood ricochetted off the heiau rock wall way right of the green, and actually left him with a not-too-tough pitch, which he left 5 feet from the hole. He blew the putt past the hole for his third straight bogey. Woods and Singh made two-putt pars. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -4; SINGH +4
18 550 5 After bogeying two of his first three holes, Woods showed why he is the world's no. 1 player, capping an impressive rally with a rock-solid birdie on the last to finish with a 5-under 67. He hit a 285-yard drive, laid up with a 5-iron, then stuck a pitching wedge from 97 yards to 8 feet and made the putt. Singh also picked up a much-needed stroke here, hitting a third-shot sand wedge to 3 feet for birdie. Mickelson and Campbell each finished with pars. MICKELSON -2; CAMPBELL +1; WOODS -5; SINGH +3
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