It’s the halfway home mark in Memphis at the FedEx St. Jude Classic and here’s your breakdown of what’s transpired:
Rickie Fowler’s second round 70 wasn’t good enough to make the 36-hole cut. He finished four-over, three too many.
Matt Every, the first-round leader, looked like he was headed to the dumpster after he started round two on the back nine and bogeyed four of his first five holes. He then rallied with three straight birdies starting at the 16th and finished where he started at six-under, still firmly in contention. After missing the cut in his last six events, Every desperately needs a good payday this week.
Three co-leaders at nine-under include veteran Chez Reavie (65), former Masters champion Charl Schwartzel (66) and newcomer Sebastian Munoz (67).
Stewart Cink continues his revival. He’s alone at eight-under par.
Adam Scott shot the day’s best round — a six-under par 64 that got him to five-under and in the weekend hunt.
Phil Mickelson’s in a four-under par and still hoping for rain next Thursday at Erin Hills.