Currently at the 2012 BMW Championship, we have one golfer with Arizona ties leading the pack. Ryan Moore piled up a second round 66 to stay right behind Vijay Singh on the leaderboard. Moore put up four birdies on the front nine on the fourth, fifth, sixth and ninth holes, then compiled three birdies and a bogey on the back nine to shoot 6-under par for his round. Moore is tied with Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy in second place.
In 13th place stands Phil Mickelson, who racked up seven birdies and two bogeys on his round. Mickelson birdied the second, third, ninth, 11th, 12th, 15th and 18th holes to keep things on the right track. Tied with Mickelson at 8-under is Robert Garrigus, who birdied two holes and eagled another to compile a second round 69.
Among other golfers from the Arizona region includes Martin Laird with a round of 68 to push him to 7-under, Jim Furyk finishing at 5-under through two days, Tim Clark with his second straight round of 71, Pat Perez with his second straight round of 72, Kevin Stadler falling back of the pace with a round of 73, and Bryce Molder finishing in last at 5-over.
For live-updated scoring, be sure to head to Golf.com's leaderboard.