Brooks Koepka co-leads at The Northern Trust

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Brooks Koepka co-leads at The Northern Trust

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Brooks Koepka co-leads at The Northern Trust

The second round of the 2018 Northern Trust took place Friday at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J.:

We tracked the highlights all day long here:

7 p.m.: The round is over. Koepka and Lovemark co-lead and Woods makes the cut on the number.

Here’s a full recap of the round:

6:20 p.m.: Brooks Koepka finishes his round birdie-birdie-birdie and overall plays his final seven holes in 6 under.

That rockets him to a 65 and into a share of the lead with Jamie Lovemark at 10 under. Tiger Woods, meanwhile, bogeys his final hole to finish at even par. He should make the cut on the number.

4:50 p.m.: Adam Scott fires a 7-under 64 to reach 9 under. That puts him one shot back of Jamie Lovemark, who begins 66-66.

3:15 p.m.: Lovemark birdies again to move to 10 under. He opens up a three-shot lead with that.

3:05 p.m.: Jamie Lovemark is your solo leader now. Three straight birdies moves him to 9 under. He leads by two with six holes to play in his second round.

1:26 p.m.: Sean O’Hair has moved into the solo lead at 7 under with two holes to play in his second round.

A seven-way tie for second at 6 under includes Phil Mickelson (68-68). Jason Day fires a 66 to move within two of the lead.

10:56 a.m.: In 11 holes, Phil Mickelson has missed just one fairway and two greens in regulation. As a result, he’s made six birdies and is leading this golf tournament at 8 under. Hopefully, Jim Furyk is paying attention.

10:31 a.m.: Peter Uihlein now has six birdies in 14 holes, including two straight at Nos. 3 and 4. He is also 7 under, tied at the top with Phil Mickelson. Uihlein enters this week at No. 81 in points. A good showing this week could solidify his spots in the next two playoff events.

10:25 a.m.: Tony Finau continues to build his Ryder Cup case. He is 4 under through nine holes today and has missed just one green in regulation so far.

10:11 a.m.: Patrick Cantlay birdies four straight holes, at Nos. 12-15, to climb to 6 under. Three of those birdies came on putts inside of 4 feet.

9:45 a.m.: After nearly making an ace on his third hole of the day, Phil Mickelson is alone in front at the Northern Trust at 7 under after seven holes in Round 2.

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