Honda Classic 2013 leaderboard: Luke Guthrie surges to the top with strong round two

Stuart Franklin

Here is the updated top 10 through two rounds at the Honda Classic.

Luke Guthrie shot 7-under-par 63 to move up 30 spots on the leaderboard during second-round action at the Honda Classic Friday. He's now a 9-under for the tournament and has a one-stroke lead on Michael Thompson, who shot 5-under on Friday.

All of the top contenders are off the course for the day, though several golfers are yet to finish their rounds.

Six golfers are tied for fourth on the leaderboard at 6-under, and Rickie Fowler dropped 14 spots on the board after shooting 1-over.

Tiger Woods shot even for a second consecutive day, good for 61st on the leaderboard. Meanwhile, Rory McIlroy, the defending champion of the event, withdrew on Friday due to pain in his wisdom teeth.

Here is the full top 10.

1. Luke Guthrie, -9
2. Michael Thompson, -8
3. Boo Weekley, -7
T4. Lee Westwood, -6
T4. Geoff Ogilvy, -6
T4. Doug LaBelle II, -6
T4. Charles Howell III, -6
T4. Sean O'Hair, -6
T4. Justin Rose, -6
T10. Graeme McDowell, -5

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