Rory McIlroy is the clubhouse leader at the 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship after shooting a 6-under 65 in Round 2. At 12-under overall, he leads American Ryan Moore by two shots.
McIlroy posted a 65 for the second straight day, while Moore, who still had a good day at 3-under, was unable to replicate his phenomenal first round, when he shot a 7-under 64. Tiger Woods, who also shot a 64 in the first round, is still in action, as he is 1-under through 12 holes on Saturday.
Colorado State University product Martin Laird tumbled down the leaderboard on Day 2, as he shot a 4-over 75. He is now at 5-over for the tournament, which places him in a tie for 91st place.
Seung-Yul Noh led after Round 1, as he finished the day at 9-under. However, he fell into a tie for third after finishing Saturday at even-par.
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