Golf-Houston Open second round scores

Sat Mar 31, 2012 10:36pm IST

March 31 (Infostrada Sports) - Second round scores from the
weather-affected Houston Open at the par-72 course in Humble,
Texas on Saturday. The cut was set at 142. 	
    Bag light stopped play on Friday with 70 players still
playing their second rounds.
132     Jeff Maggert (U.S.)             66 66  
133     Brian Davis (Britain)           68 65	
        Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 67 66	
        James Driscoll (U.S.)           67 66  
135     Tommy Gainey (U.S.)             68 67	
        Greg Owen (Britain)             66 69	
        Phil Mickelson (U.S.)           65 70	
        J.B. Holmes (U.S.)              68 67	
        Carl Pettersson (Sweden)        65 70	
        Angel Cabrera (Argentina)       65 70  
136     John Huh (U.S.)                 66 70	
        Jonas Blixt (Sweden)            70 66	
        Chad Campbell (U.S.)            69 67	
        Bud Cauley (U.S.)               67 69	
        Keegan Bradley (U.S.)           67 69	
        Hunter Mahan (U.S.)             69 67	
        Vaughn Taylor (U.S.)            69 67	
        Boo Weekley (U.S.)              69 67  
137     Brandt Jobe (U.S.)              68 69	
        John Senden (Australia)         72 65	
        Henrik Stenson (Sweden)         69 68	
        Kyle Reifers (U.S.)             68 69	
        Harris English (U.S.)           69 68	
        Ryan Moore (U.S.)               71 66	
        Pat Perez (U.S.)                68 69	
        Danny Lee (New Zealand)         69 68  
138     Blake Adams (U.S.)              67 71	
        Hunter Haas (U.S.)              73 65	
        Erik Compton (U.S.)             71 67	
        Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)          69 69	
        Lee Westwood (Britain)          68 70	
        Steve Stricker (U.S.)           68 70	
        Rickie Fowler (U.S.)            68 70	
        Jim Herman (U.S.)               68 70
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