Ted Potter Jr. and Brandt Snedeker sit tied atop the leaderboard at 8-under overall after the second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Friday.
Potter couldn't stretch his lead late in the round when he bogeyed the 14th and 15th holes. The two remain one stroke ahead in a tight field with Frederik Jacobson, John Merrick, Hunter Mahan and Patrick Reed all sitting tied for third place at 7-under overall.
Phil Mickelson sits in 39th place at just 2-under overall. He finished 1-under on the round, making up for a poor first half showing with three birdies in the final five holes.
Jacbosen was one of the biggest movers of the day. After shooting a 71 on the first round, he moved up 49 places after going 6-under on Friday, leading the field with the best round. He made up for a less than stellar showing on Thursday with a fantastic finish on Friday, hitting a birdie on the final four holes of the day.
On the Pro-Am side, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh is showing no signs of a Super Bowl hangover, as he leads the field with his partner Jason Day. The two currently sit at 18-under overall, but are just one stroke ahead of Brian Swette/Chez Reavie and Jim Crane/Kevin Streelman.
For a full list of the leaderboard, head over to PGAtour.com.