Pebble Beach Pro-Am 2014: Jordan Spieth, Jimmy Walker tied for the 36-hole lead

Jeff Gross

Conditions were less than ideal again on Friday, but players were able to get through their rounds and two are tied at the top.

The 2014 Pebble Beach Pro-Am continued under wet and windy conditions on Friday. Although the rain and wind made for less-than-ideal scoring conditions, a few players were still able to find some success. Jordan Spieth was among that group; the 20-year-old carded a 67 for the second straight day. That dropped him to 9-under for the tournament and into a tie for the 36-hole-lead with Jimmy Walker.

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Unlike Thursday, when rain forced a 3-hour delay, the elements didn't stop play on Friday. All the groups were able to get in a full second round, with some also being forced to finish their first rounds. Blustering winds made for very challenging conditions and only three players -- Spieth, Victor Dubuisson and Ryan Palmer -- shot better than a 68. Twenty one players shot a 67 or better on Thursday. With conditions the way they were, the second round was more about avoiding a crooked score than trying to go low. Spieth was able to do just that, shooting a 4-under 67 at Monterey Peninsula Country Club, the easiest of the three courses in the rotation. Walker didn't go quite as low as Spieth, but managed a 3-under 69 at Spyglass Hill. Walker could have an advantage heading into the weekend, having played Spyglass Hill and Pebble Beach thus far. Walker will play Monterey Peninsula on Saturday.

Not all the players were able to navigate the second round as well as Spieth and Walker. Jason Day, for example, shot a 5-over 77 at Pebble Beach, dropping 79 spots down the leaderboard. Lucas Glover took an even bigger drop, falling 87 spots to 114th place after shooting a 6-over 78 at Pebble. Palmer was among those heading the opposite direction. His 66 at MPCC was the low round of the day and good enough to jump him 90 spots and into a tie for sixth place.

Hunter Mahan is one stroke off the lead at 8-under while Andrew Loupe, at 7-under, and Richard Lee, at 6-under, round out the top five. Here is a complete look at the leaderboard through two rounds.

Place

Player

Score

1st Round

2nd Round

T1

Jimmy Walker

-9

66

69

T1

Jordan Spieth

-9

67

67

3

Hunter Mahan

-8

68

68

4

Andrew Loupe

-7

63

73

5

Richard Lee

-6

65

72

T6

Ryan Palmer

-5

72

66

T6

Dudley Hart

-5

71

68

T6

Robert Garrigus

-5

67

71

T6

Daniel Summerhays

-5

69

69

T6

Jim Renner

-5

65

73

T6

Scott Gardiner

-5

65

73

T6

Steven Bowditch

-5

68

70

T6

Dicky Pride

-5

66

72

T6

Brendon Todd

-5

70

68

T6

Blake Adams

-5

69

69

T6

Tim Wilkinson

-5

67

72

T17

Pat Perez

-4

69

70

T17

Aaron Baddeley

-4

69

70

T17

Chris Kirk

-4

71

68

T17

Peter Malnati

-4

69

71

T17

Rory Sabbatini

-4

67

72

T17

Phil Mickelson

-4

66

73

T17

Patrick Reed

-4

69

70

T17

Michael Thompson

-4

71

68

T17

Kevin Na

-4

72

68

T17

Stuart Appleby

-4

65

74

T17

David Duval

-4

72

68

T28

Geoff Ogilvy

-3

71

69

T28

Brian Gay

-3

70

70

T28

Padraig Harrington

-3

72

69

T28

Jim Herman

-3

70

70

T28

Chris Williams

-3

70

70

T28

Kevin Stadler

-3

67

73

T28

Alex Cejka

-3

69

71

T28

Sean O'Hair

-3

70

71

T28

Will Wilcox

-3

72

69

T28

Jason Bohn

-3

69

71

T28

James Hahn

-3

69

72

T28

Jim Furyk

-3

70

70

T28

James Driscoll

-3

69

71

T28

Victor Dubuisson

-3

73

67

T28

Michael Putnam

-3

69

71

T43

Russell Knox

-2

70

72

T43

D.H. Lee

-2

69

73

T43

George McNeill

-2

67

74

T43

Kevin Chappell

-2

73

68

T43

Alex Aragon

-2

69

73

T43

Bud Cauley

-2

73

69

T43

Chesson Hadley

-2

71

70

T43

Brian Davis

-2

68

74

T43

Lee Janzen

-2

68

73

T43

Greg Owen

-2

67

74

T43

Wes Roach

-2

67

74

T43

Dustin Johnson

-2

68

73

T43

Andres Romero

-2

71

70

T43

Freddie Jacobson

-2

68

73

T43

Robert Streb

-2

67

75

T43

Bronson La'Cassie

-2

70

72

T43

Kevin Kisner

-2

72

69

T60

Brendan Steele

-1

70

72

T60

Trevor Immelman

-1

70

72

T60

Matt Jones

-1

68

74

T60

Sang-Moon Bae

-1

69

74

T60

John Mallinger

-1

71

71

T60

J.B. Holmes

-1

68

75

T60

John Peterson

-1

70

72

T60

Danny Lee

-1

68

74

T60

Cameron Tringale

-1

70

73

T60

Woody Austin

-1

73

70

T60

Paul Goydos

-1

72

70

T60

Paul McGinley

-1

67

76

T60

Brian Harman

-1

66

76

T60

D.A. Points

-1

67

75

T60

Troy Merritt

-1

74

69

T60

Jason Kokrak

-1

74

68

T60

Jamie Lovemark

-1

73

69

T60

Justin Thomas

-1

70

72

T60

Graeme McDowell

-1

71

71

T60

Brice Garnett

-1

75

68

T60

Will Claxton

-1

68

74

T81

Chad Campbell

E

73

70

T81

Russell Henley

E

73

70

T81

Ken Duke

E

72

72

T81

Kyle Stanley

E

74

69

T81

John Senden

E

69

74

T81

Will MacKenzie

E

69

74

T81

Roberto Castro

E

70

73

T81

K.J. Choi

E

69

75

T81

Bryce Molder

E

72

71

T81

William McGirt

E

70

73

T81

Kiradech Aphibarnrat

E

69

74

T81

Seung-yul Noh

E

72

71

T81

Retief Goosen

E

71

73

T81

Mike Weir

E

70

73

T81

Ben Martin

E

71

73

T96

Doug LaBelle II

1

70

74

T96

Brandt Snedeker

1

72

72

T96

Rafael Cabrera Bello

1

74

71

T96

Kevin Foley

1

68

76

T96

Charlie Wi

1

71

73

T96

Ben Kohles

1

72

73

T96

Scott Langley

1

69

75

T96

John Huh

1

67

77

T96

Ted Potter, Jr.

1

69

75

T96

Mark Wilson

1

71

73

T106

Joe Durant

2

74

72

T106

Rod Pampling

2

73

73

T106

Hudson Swafford

2

71

75

T106

Jeff Maggert

2

71

74

T106

Rod Perry

2

69

77

T106

Martin Flores

2

69

76

T106

Jason Day

2

68

77

T106

Andrew Svoboda

2

71

74

T114

Lucas Glover

3

68

78

T114

Scott Brown

3

70

76

T114

Tyrone van Aswegen

3

73

74

T114

Fabian Gomez

3

72

74

T114

Matt Every

3

71

75

T114

Scott McCarron

3

71

76

T114

Nick Watney

3

72

74

T114

Davis Love III

3

75

71

T114

Tag Ridings

3

73

73

T114

Matt Bettencourt

3

75

71

T114

Bo Van Pelt

3

72

75

T114

Ricky Barnes

3

75

71

T114

Kevin Tway

3

70

76

T127

Tommy Gainey

5

78

70

T127

Alex Prugh

5

74

75

T127

Max Homa

5

73

76

T127

Jerry Kelly

5

74

74

T127

Justin Hicks

5

74

75

T127

Lee Williams

5

76

73

T127

Chad Collins

5

71

77

T127

Vijay Singh

5

78

71

T127

Edward Loar

5

70

79

T136

Josh Teater

6

69

81

T136

Brad Fritsch

6

77

72

T136

Charlie Beljan

6

73

76

T136

Robert Gates

6

71

79

T136

Spencer Levin

6

76

74

T136

Daniel Chopra

6

70

79

T136

Joe Ogilvie

6

73

76

T136

Steven Fox

6

72

78

T136

Miguel Angel Carballo

6

72

77

T145

Nicholas Thompson

7

72

78

T145

Kris Blanks

7

72

78

T147

Charley Hoffman

8

73

78

T147

Heath Slocum

8

74

78

T147

Troy Matteson

8

70

81

T147

J.J. Henry

8

72

79

T151

Mark Anderson

9

75

77

T151

John Daly

9

73

79

T151

Justin Bolli

9

71

81

T154

Briny Baird

10

81

73

T154

Greg Chalmers

10

77

77

156

David Carr

14

78

80

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