The morning tee times at 2012 Deutsche Bank Championship in Boston continue, with a couple of Texans struggling to get to the projected cut line.
Former Texas A&M Aggie Ryan Palmer started his second round on the 10th hole and shot a 4-over 42 for his first nine holes. Palmer has since picked up one birdie, but remains at 3-over par for the tournament with three holes to play. The cut line is currently projected at 1-over par for the field.
Houston native Roberto Castro started the day at 1-over par and is also trying to climb back under the cut line after a pair of bogeys left Castro with a 1-over 37 on the first nine. He is now through two holes on the second nine and remains at 2-over par for the tournament.
Bob Estes tees off at 11:10 a.m. CT and will start his day at even par.
South Korea's Seung-yul Noh eageled the par-4 4th hole to sit atop the leaderboard at 11-under par with three holes to play. Ryan Moore and Rory McIlroy have both moved into contention and sit one shot back at 10-under par.
Here is a link to the full leaderboard.
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