SAN DIEGO (AP)—D.A. Points saved his best golf for the toughest track and shota 7-under 65 on the South Course at Torrey Pines, giving him a share of the leadwith Ryuji Imada in the Farmers Insurance Open.
Imada also played the South, which hosted the U.S. Open two years ago, andshot 68. They were at 11-under 133 and had a two-shot lead over Matt Every (70)and Michael Sim of Australia, who shot a 62 on the North Course on Friday.A frustrated Phil Mickelson st…
AP - Jan 29, 5:56 pm EST
Phil Mickelson also played the easier North Course, although it took him awhile to get going. Mickelson birdied his last hole for a 67 and was four shotsbehind going into the weekend, when everyone who made the cut plays the SouthCourse.