Live blog: 2017 Tour Championship, Round 2

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Live blog: 2017 Tour Championship, Round 2

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Live blog: 2017 Tour Championship, Round 2

The FedEx Cup Playoffs conclude this week as the PGA Tour makes its final stop in this season-ending series at the Tour Championship at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta.

We tracked all of Friday’s second-round action. Keep up below…

How to follow the action:

All times Eastern

  • TELEVISION: Golf Channel (Friday, 1-6 p.m.; Saturday, 12:30-2:30 p.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m.); NBC (Saturday, 2:30-6 p.m.; Sunday, 1:30-6 p.m.)
  • PGA TOUR LIVE: Friday-Sunday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
  • ON GOLFWEEK: Tour Tracker | All coverage

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Tour Championship Tracker

UPDATE No. 7 (7:01 p.m.): Your recap for the day.

UPDATE No. 6 (5:40 p.m.): Justin Thomas!!!

A 335-yard drive, a 231-yard rocket to 6 feet, closing eagle. That’s a 4-under 66 and he’s tied for the lead at 7 under.

Paul Casey is also tied for the lead after a 67. Webb Simpson is 7 under, too, with two holes to play.

UPDATE No. 5 (5:01 p.m.): Pat Perez with this awesome hole-out eagle at No. 16.

He would shoot a second straight 2-under 68 to finish the round in a tie for 10th at 4 under.

UPDATE No. 4 (4:02 p.m.): Webb Simpson and Paul Casey are tied for the lead at 8 under.

Justin Thomas birdies Nos. 5 and 6 and makes six pars since to reach 5 under. Jordan Spieth and Jason Day are five back at 3 under.

UPDATE No. 3 (2:24 p.m.): Justin Rose has birdied three of his first six holes to move to 5 under. That ties him for the lead with three other players.

Jordan Spieth and Justin Thomas are both two back at 3 under. Thomas started with four pars while Spieth began bogey-par-par but birdied the fourth to move back to 3 under.

UPDATE No. 2 (1:55 p.m.): The current leaderboard at the Tour Championship. Jason Day is only three back!

UPDATE No. 1 (12:45 p.m.): The early groups are off in Round 2, and …. not much cooking so far. Sergio Garcia is 2 under through three to reach 1 over. Otherwise, the players are pretty much stuck in neutral.

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