CHARLOTTE, NC - APRIL 27: Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland hits a shot during a practice round for the Quail Hollow Championship at Quail Hollow Country Club on April 27, 2010 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images)

20-Year-Old Rory McIlroy Wins Quail Hollow Tournament, Sets Course Record

The 2010 Quail Hollow Championship is underway in Charlotte, NC. Follow along with the live leaderboard here.

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2010 Quail Hollow Tournament, Round 2 Results: Mayfair Leads, Hayes Rockets Ahead

In the second round of the 2010 Quail Hollow Tournament, Billy Mayfair took sole possession of the lead. The 43-year-old shot 4-under to match his 4-under in the first round.

One stroke behind him at 7-under for the tournament is Angel Cabrera. An eagle on the seventh hole contributed to a 5-under for the round.

Cabrera's partner was Tiger Woods, whose Round 2 couldn't have been much more different. Woods double-bogeyed the 14th and 15th holes, which helped add up to a 79 for the round. Woods has missed a tournament cut for the sixth time ever.

J.P. Hayes played the best golf of the day. His 8-under score for the round -- nine birdies and one bogey -- has vaulted him into a tie for third place entering Round 3.

You can view the full leaderboard here. For analysis of Friday's action at Quail Hollow, check back with our golf blog, Waggle Room.


2010 Quail Hollow Championship: Bo Van Pelt Leader After First Round, Eight Golfers Within Three Strokes

Bo Van Pelt, the 2009 champion of the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee, his only PGA Tour win, is leading at Quail Hollow after Thursday's first round, posting a seven-under 65. Van Pelt did not recorded a single bogey in the round, and scored seven birdies, including six in a nine-hole stretch between the seventh and 15th.

Kenny Perry is one shot off the lead with a 66, while Camilo Villegas, he of the rather unique putt-reading form, is third, two back from Van Pelt. Behind them is a group of six at 68: Billy Mayfair, Paul Goydos, Geoff Ogilvy, J.J. Henry, Andres Romero and Brad Faxon.

Noted golfing enthusiast Tiger Woods struggled all day and finished at 2-over, nine shots off the lead. The day ended his streak of 21 straight rounds at par or better.

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