The leaders have finished up at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship, and after two rounds Rory McIlroy has taken the lead. He shot a 65 in Rounds 1 and 2 to sit atop the leaderboard at 12-under par. Louis Oosthuizen is right there with him, in second at 11-under. Both men were 6-under on the day with scores of 65. Tiger Woods slid in the rankings, going 3-under on the day and settling tied for third at 10-under.
Woods is tied there with Ryan Moore. Both men shot 68 in the second round. Seung-Yul Noh, who opened the day in the lead, shot an even par on the day, leaving him 9-under overall and tied for fifth. Sharing that berth with him are Jason Dufner, Chris Kirk, Charl Schwartzel, D.A. Points and CHarley Hoffman, all 9-under.
The Southern California representatives in the field had mixed results. Rickie Fowler ended tied for 60th place at 1-over through two rounds, while USC alum Kevin Stadler was even for the round and is 3-under overall. UCLA product John Merrick was 1-over on the day and is 2-under overall. Fowler is the only man in danger of not making the cut, which is expected to fall somewhere around 1-over.
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