Tiger Woods leads the 2013 Farmers Insurance Open at 11-under par after shooting 7-under-par 65 in the rain in Friday's second round. Billy Horschel, who finished the round with a birdie to end the day, trails by two strokes. A pack of players, including Casey Wittenberg, Brad Fritsch, Eric Compton, Steve Marino, Jimmy Walker and Josh Teater are in a tie for third at 8-under. Woods finished Thursday's opening round with a 68.
Woods shot six birdies, an eagle and one bogie. His three-stroke lead makes him the obvious favorite heading into the final two rounds, however, he's not celebrating a win quite yet.
"We have a long way to go," Woods said. "It's a pretty tough course."
If Woods wins, it will be his seventh Farmers Insurance Open victory and his eighth time winning at Torrey Pines.
Phil Mickelson shot 71 on Friday and sits at 1-under, right above the projected cut line, and last year's winner, Brandt Snedeker sits at 4-under par.
Some of the players likely to be cut include Kevin Chappell (E), Scott Stallings (E), John Daly (2-over) and Keegan Bradley (2-over).
The third round begins on Saturday as the quest for the cup and a $6.1 million purse resumes.