Spencer Levin has open a three shot lead over his nearest rival at the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale shooting a second round 63 for a total of -14 under par, before play was suspended because of darkness. e In second place, three shots behind is Harrison Frazar who is at -11 for 15 holes. He is the only contestant who is any way near Spencer who is in total control of the tournament after two rounds, echo's of last week with Kyle Stanley. Spencer said of his round; "Everything was pretty good today, my putting and chipping feels real solid. I felt pretty good going into my second round and it didn't feel like a second round." Phil Mickelson, who attended nearby Arizona State University got one of the loudest cheers of the day when he birdied 16. Mickelson finished with a one-under 70 as he parred 18 in fading light. His group was allowed to finish the round because Mickelson putted out first on 17 and then sprinted to the tee on 18 to get his drive off before the horn sounded, so the entire group could get to complete the final hole. Quick thinking Phil.