Angel Cabrera briefly took sole possesion of the lead with birdies on the seventh and eight holes, but a bogey on No. 9 (his last), dropped him into a tie for first with Martin Flores. Cabrera, the first-round leader, shot a 3-under 69. Justin Rose is alone in third at 8 under, with Shawn Stefani and Martin Kaymer another shot back at 7-under and tied for fourth.
The cutline now stands at 1-over. One player at risk is Rory McIlroy, who is on the number (4-over for the day) through 17
Shawn Stefani birdied the fifth hole, taking him to 5-under for the day and into a tie for second place at the Wells Fargo Championship. Stefani, Angel Cabrera and Justin Rose, who finished the day with a 5-under 67, are a stroke behind leader Martin Flores.
Cabrera is 2-under for the day after consecutive birdies on holes No. 4 and 5.
Martin Flores still leads the Wells Fargo Championship at 9-under, although journeyman Shawn Stefani has made a move up the leaderboard and is tied for third with Angel Cabrera at 7-under.
Stefani has birdied four his first seven holes and is 4-under for the day, 7-under for the tournament. He's tied for third with first-round leader Angel Cabrera, who is 1-under for the day.
Charlotte's Brendon de Jonge just tied the Wells Fargo Championship 18-hole record with a 10-under 62.
De Jonge's round matches a 62 shot by Rory McIlroy in 2010 when he won the tournament. De Jonge, however, isn't near the top of the leaderboard after his 8-over 80 Thursday. He's at 2-under for the tournament and currently tied for 26th,
Martin Flores continues to lead at 9-under, with Justin Rose a shot behind. First-round leader Angel Cabrera is 1-under for the day through 2 holes and is 7-under.
Martin Flores holds a one-stroke lead over Justin Rose as both are near the end of their second round at the Wells Fargo Championship.
Flores birdied No. 7 to go to 8-under for the tournament and 3-under for the round. Rose, the reigning U.S. Open champion, is 7-under for the tournament and 4-under today.
Phil Mickelson has lost steam after shooting 5-under on Thursday. He's at 4-over-par Friday with five bogeys and just one birdie in the second round.
Geoff Ogilvy has the best score of the day. Ogilvy is 5-under for the day and the tournament after back-to-back birdies on 14 and 15.
Martin Flores is tearing it up early at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club.
Flores, who started the day tied for second, is leading at 9-under par. Playing the back nine first, Flores has an eagle on No. 11 and birdies on 10 and 15. He's 4-under for the day.
Phil Mickelson is even-par through five holes and is tied for third at 5-under with Justin Rose, who is 2-under for the day.
Miguel Cabrera, Thursday's first round leader, is in second at 6-under. He tees off at 12:55 p.m.
Friday, May 02, 2014