With two rounds at the 2012 PGA Championship in the books, three men are tied at the top of the leaderboard -- Tiger Woods, Vijay Singh and Carl Pettersson each head into the weekend at four-under par. There are just 10 golfers under par after Friday's round, as difficult conditions made good scores rare. Singh's 69 was the day's low round.
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Ian Poulter is in sole possession of fourth place at three-under par, and Rory McIlroy is very much in the hunt at -2. Phil Mickelson finished at even par, as did Graeme McDowell.
T1. Tiger Woods (-4)
T1. Vijay Singh (-4)
T1. Carl Pettersson (-4)
4. Ian Poulter (-3)
T5. Jamie Donaldson (-2)
T5. Rory McIlroy (-2)
T7. Aaron Baddeley (-1)
T7. Adam Scott (-1)
T7. Blake Adams (-1)
T7. Trevor Immelman (-1)
Lee Westwood and Rickie Fowler were among the notables who missed the cut.
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