Jim Furyk shot a 64 on Friday to claim a one-stroke lead in the 2012 Tour Championship at -7. Tiger Woods, who was tied for the lead after the first round, fell to into a tie for 12th after shooting a 73. Several other players struggled with the course on Friday, including Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia and Steve Stricker.
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Furyk wasn't the only golfer to make a big move in the right direction. Bubba Watson climbed nine spots after shooting a 66, and the 67s that Dustin Johnson and Carl Pettersson shot helped both of them move into the top 10.
Here's the top five after round two:
1. Jim Furyk (-7)
2. Justin Rose (-6)
T3. Bubba Watson (-5)
T3. Bo Van Pelt (-5)
T5. Dustin Johnson (-4)
T5. Matt Kuchar (-4)
If the tournament were to end with the conclusion of today's round, Rory McIlroy would win the FedExCup title.
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