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Feb 1 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour Phoenix Open at the par-71 course on Friday in Scottsdale, Arizona 
60 Phil Mickelson (U.S.)          60 
64 Jeff Maggert (U.S.)            64 
   Ryan Palmer (U.S.)             64 
   Brandt Snedeker (U.S.)         64 
   Padraig Harrington (Ireland)   64 
   Ted Potter Jr. (U.S.)          64 
65 Roberto Castro (U.S.)          65 
   Nick Watney (U.S.)             65 
   Hank Kuehne (U.S.)             65 
   Matt Every (U.S.)              65 
   Nicolas Colsaerts (Belgium)    65 
   Bill Haas (U.S.)               65 
   Yang Yong-Eun (South Korea)    65 
   Brian Gay (U.S.)               65 
   Justin Leonard (U.S.)          65 
   Martin Flores (U.S.)           65 
   John Mallinger (U.S.)          65 
66 Robert Garrigus (U.S.)         66 
   Ryan Moore (U.S.)              66 
   Angel Cabrera (Argentina)      66 
   John Rollins (U.S.)            66 
   Scott Verplank (U.S.)          66 
   Kevin Chappell (U.S.)          66 
   Ken Duke (U.S.)                66 
   Brendon De Jonge (Zimbabwe)    66 
   Jeff Overton (U.S.)            66 
67 Keegan Bradley (U.S.)          67 
   Charles Howell III (U.S.)      67 
   Bubba Watson (U.S.)            67 
   Casey Wittenberg (U.S.)        67 
   Jonas Blixt (Sweden)           67 
   Harris English (U.S.)          67 
   Gary Woodland (U.S.)           67 
   Chris Kirk (U.S.)              67 
   Hunter Mahan (U.S.)            67 
   Ben Crane (U.S.)               67 
   Bryce Molder (U.S.)            67 
   Troy Matteson (U.S.)           67 
   David Hearn (Canada)           67 
   Jeff Klauk (U.S.)              67 
   William McGirt (U.S.)          67 
   Kyle Stanley (U.S.)            67 
   Dicky Pride (U.S.)             67 
   D.A. Points (U.S.)             67 
68 Rory Sabbatini (South Africa)  68 
   Lucas Glover (U.S.)            68 
   Joe Ogilvie (U.S.)             68 
   Bo Van Pelt (U.S.)             68 
   Kevin Stadler (U.S.)           68 
   Charlie Wi (South Korea)       68 
   Greg Chalmers (Australia)      68 
   Jimmy Walker (U.S.)            68 
   Jason Dufner (U.S.)            68 
   Rickie Fowler (U.S.)           68 
   Will Claxton (U.S.)            68 
   Tim Herron (U.S.)              68 
   Richard Lee (U.S.)             68 
69 Kevin Na (U.S.)                69 
   David Toms (U.S.)              69 
   Russell Henley (U.S.)          69 
   Brendan Steele (U.S.)          69 
   Shawn Stefani (U.S.)           69 
   Aaron Baddeley (Australia)     69 
   Cameron Tringale (U.S.)        69 
   John Merrick (U.S.)            69 
   Billy Horschel (U.S.)          69 
   Jason Bohn (U.S.)              69 
   Boo Weekley (U.S.)             69 
   Michael Thompson (U.S.)        69 
   Tim Clark (South Africa)       69 
   Mike Weir (Canada)             69 
   Fredrik Jacobson (Sweden)      69 
   Alistair Presnell (Australia)  69 
70 Jason Day (Australia)          70 
   Scott Stallings (U.S.)         70 
   Brian Harman (U.S.)            70 
   Tommy Gainey (U.S.)            70 
   J.J. Henry (U.S.)              70 
   Wes Short Jr. (U.S.)           70 
   Scott Piercy (U.S.)            70 
   Marc Leishman (Australia)      70 
   Greg Owen (Britain)            70 
   Daniel Summerhays (U.S.)       70 
   Jesper Parnevik (Sweden)       70 
   Kevin Streelman (U.S.)         70 
   George McNeill (U.S.)          70 
   Trevor Immelman (South Africa) 70 
71 Chris Stroud (U.S.)            71 
   Bud Cauley (U.S.)              71 
   James Hahn (U.S.)              71 
   Josh Teater (U.S.)             71 
   Martin Laird (Britain)         71 
   J.B. Holmes (U.S.)             71 
   Stewart Cink (U.S.)            71 
   K.J. Choi (South Korea)        71 
   Mark Wilson (U.S.)             71 
   Charley Hoffman (U.S.)         71 
   Colt Knost (U.S.)              71 
   Lee Dong-Hwan (South Korea)    71 
72 Bae Sang-Moon (South Korea)    72 
   Carl Pettersson (Sweden)       72 
   Jason Kokrak (U.S.)            72 
   Johnson Wagner (U.S.)          72 
   Pat Perez (U.S.)               72 
   Charlie Beljan (U.S.)          72 
   David Mathis (U.S.)            72 
   Steve LeBrun (U.S.)            72 
   Jhonattan Vegas (Venezuela)    72 
   Troy Kelly (U.S.)              72 
   John Huh (U.S.)                72 
   Stephen Ames (Canada)          72 
   Joey Snyder III (U.S.)         72 
   James Driscoll (U.S.)          72 
   Luke Guthrie (U.S.)            72 
   Brad Fritsch (Canada)          72 
   John Hurley (U.S.)             72 
   Ryo Ishikawa (Japan)           72 
   Graham DeLaet (Canada)         72 
   Glen Griffith (U.S.)           72 
   Davis Love III (U.S.)          72 
73 Andres Romero (Argentina)      73 
   Chad Campbell (U.S.)           73 
   David Lynn (Britain)           73 
   Sean O'Hair (U.S.)             73 
   Martin Kaymer (Germany)        73 
   Edward Loar (U.S.)             73 
   Kevin Sutherland (U.S.)        73 
74 Geoff Ogilvy (Australia)       74 
   Ross Fisher (Britain)          74 
   Ricky Barnes (U.S.)            74 
   Kris Blanks (U.S.)             74 
76 Luke List (U.S.)               76
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