Phil Mickelson remains in contention at the CareerBuilder Challenge, as the veteran American continues to enjoy a positive 2017 debut.
Mickelson produced a six-under-par round of 66 on the second day of the California tournament, to lie at 10 under – four shots behind leader Hudson Swafford.
The 46-year-old’s round included six birdies, two bogeys and an eagle at the rain-affected event, which is split between three Californian courses.
"I hit a lot more good shots today than I did yesterday, but I'm still hitting some really bad ones," said Mickelson, who missed the start of 2017 due to hernia surgery.
"And that's fine. It's to be expected. I knew that was going to happen, but I've been able to kind of manage those and get away with some pars."
Swafford is on course to secure a first Tour victory after a second consecutive seven-under round of 65, with the American enjoying a bogey-free day.
"I managed to keep the ball in the fairway," he said.
"That gives you a lot of nice approach shots into greens. I'm driving the ball beautifully."
Danny Lee and Tour rookie Dominic Bozzelli are one shot back at 13 under, while Charles Howell III is lurking just behind Mickelson at nine under.
Brooks Koepka is looking to win a historic third successive title at the event.
Andrew Coltart reckons if the Ryder Cup can go ahead, it should go ahead.
Webb Simpson could hardly believe he emerged victorious after a “crazy day” at the RBC Heritage.
The American also won the Phoenix Open in February.
The Englishman shot eight-under 63 on day three of the event at Hilton Head, South Carolina.
McIlroy followed his second-round 65 with a five-under 66 to move to 10 under, three behind early clubhouse leader Joaquin Niemann.
Nick Watney became the first golfer to test positive for since the PGA Tour’s resumption.
Brooks Koepka is worried Nick Watney’s positive test could be a sign of things to come.
Rory McIlroy revealed he met with Nick Watney prior to positive Covid-19 test.
England’s Ian Poulter dropped from a share of the lead to equal-sixth place on Friday.