Live blog: 2017 Greenbrier Classic, Round 2

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Live blog: 2017 Greenbrier Classic, Round 2

PGA Tour

Live blog: 2017 Greenbrier Classic, Round 2

The PGA Tour is in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va, for the Greenbrier Classic at The Old White TPC.

We are tracking all of Friday’s first-round action. Follow along…

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Greenbrier Classic tracker

UPDATE No. 8 (4:53 p.m. ET): Davis Love III is turning back the clock at the Greenbrier. Love is 2 under through 13 holes on his round and tied for second at 9 under overall. Love has missed four of five cuts since returning to the PGA Tour following a snowboarding accident in January that results in a broken collarbone.

UPDATE No. 7 (3:41 p.m. ET): Robert Streb’s birdie at the par-3 18th moves him to 9 under and into solo second. Streb hasn’t had the best season so far, notching just one top 10 and ranking 137th in the FedEx Cup standings.

UPDATE No. 6 (3:11 p.m. ET): What leader Sebastian Munoz had to say after his round:

UPDATE No. 5 (1:45 p.m. ET): First-round leader Sebastian Munoz plays his second nine in 1 over with two bogeys, but he still shoots 3-under 67 to move to 13 under. He leads by four shots at the moment.

UPDATE No. 4 (1:15 p.m. ET): Phil Mickelson wraps up a 2-over 72 to finish 36 holes at 1 under. His playing competitor Bubba Watson made three straight birdies at Nos. 5-7 as part of a 3-under 67 on Friday. Watson is 4 under overall.

UPDATE No. 3 (11:45 a.m. ET): Phil Mickelson had just dropped to 1 under after a bogey on the par-3 third hole, but he responded with birdie at No. 4 and is back to 2 under, 1 over on his round through 14 holes today.

His playing competitor Bubba Watson is 3 under, 10 shots back of leader Sebastian Munoz, who is 13 under and 4 under through nine holes today. Munoz leads defending champ Danny Lee by five shots.

UPDATE No. 2 (10:35 a.m. ET): Can he be stopped? Sebastian Munoz birdies Nos. 12 and 13, and he’s now 12 under for the tournament and the leader by four shots. And check out this stat:

UPDATE No. 1 (9:44 a.m. ET): After a 9-under 61 in the first round, Sebastian Munoz birdies his first hole Friday, the par-4 10th, to move to 10 under. He remains at 10 under through two holes, leading Davis Love III and Xander Schauffele by three shots.

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