Rory McIlroy could have easily mailed it in after starting Friday outside the top 100 at the Barclays. After a bogey-free 65 in Round 2, he clearly has no plans to exit the playoff opener early, writes ESPN.com's Bob Harig.
Tiger Woods complained about a spectator using a camera phone that clicked during the middle of his backswing on the third hole as he attempted to play a chip shot. Although it was a difficult to pull off, Woods lamented the difficulties for all players.
Rory McIlroy begins the Players Championship as the No. 1-ranked player in the world, having moved passed Luke Donald into the top spot this week. And to think, not along ago, he was a bit overtaken by the prospect of meeting Tiger Woods.