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Duval, Woods lurk as Furyk takes lead
Published November 19, 2005
MIYAZAKI, Japan - Jim Furyk shot 6-under 64 to lead by one over Tiger Woods and David Duvall after two rounds of the Dunlop Phoenix.
Leading after a first-round 64, Duval had four birdies on the back nine after bogeys at Nos. 1 and 10.
"I feel fine," said Duval, who has struggled since back and shoulder injuries, making only one cut this year and not winning since 2001. "I was 2-over par after the turn, and to turn it around and make those birdies coming in makes me confident about what I'm doing."
Furyk had the day's best score, a 64 that included seven birdies and a bogey to finish at 9-under 131.
"I had the hot putter," he said.
Woods, who won last year's event by eight strokes, had five birdies and two bogeys.
Sorenstam sits in first
WEST PALM BEACH - Annika Sorenstam made two eagles for a 2-under 70 and two-shot lead over Hee-Won Han at the ADT Championship. A day after a dispute with Paula Creamer, the defending champion played in a separate pair.
On the par-5 No.5, Sorenstam hit a 7-wood from 194 yards to 10 feet. On the par-5 No. 9, she hit a 7-wood from 217 yards to 12 feet. The eagles offset two bogeys, a poor tee shot at No.1 and poor chip at No.7, and 14 pars left her at 5-under 139.
Han, the first-round leader, missed an 18-foot birdie at the par-5 No.15, running it about 4 feet by the hole. She missed it coming back for a three-putt bogey and shot 74.
Creamer had two double bogeys in a 75 and was four back. And a day after shooting 77, Lorena Ochoa had seven birdies, one eagle and three double bogeys (two on the final three holes) for a 72 and was 10 back.
WORLD CUP: Argentina's Ricardo Gonzalez and Angel Cabrera shot 61, an event record for foursomes, in Vilamoura, Portugal. They moved from last to second, one behind England's Luke Donald and David Howell, the first-round leaders who shot 69, Wales' Bradley Dredge and Stephen Dodd (67) and Sweden's Henrik Stenson and Niclas Fasth (67). Today's third round is fourball, and Sunday is foursomes.
Gonzalez and Cabrera had nine birdies and an eagle on the 588-yard No.17. Americans Zach Johnson and Stewart Cink shot 70 and are seven back.
PEBBLE BEACH INVITATIONAL: Arron Oberholser shot 5-under 67 to tie for the second-round lead with Charley Hoffman and Peter Tomasulo in the event with PGA, LPGA, Champions and Nationwide players. Oberholser, who missed two months this year with elbow and back injuries, had six birdies and a bogey. First-round leader Tom Purtzer shot 71 and was one back.