David Frost froze out Fred Couples again in the second round of the Champions Tour event the Toshiba Classic. David followed his first round 63, with a -5 under par 66, and a tournament total of -13 under par. David Frost / How / Getty Images David said he battled with Fred all day long at the Newport Beach Country Club course; "It was a day where Freddy and I battled it out. We were on top of the leaderboard all day and he made a nice birdie on 10 and I followed it with one and we did the same thing on 13. I think we played steady golf. You never know, someone could go out and shoot 63 early in the day that can always happen. I will just have to play my normal game and 68 will be a good score. I'd take that right now." Freddie, finishing at -12 under par for the tournament was a bit frustrated with his iron play, but also struggled with his driver, hitting only six out of fourteen fairways. He made up for the mistakes using his putter only 26 times; " I let a couple of easy 8-iron shots go, I bogeyed the fourth hole and the sixth hole from 145 yards, which really kind of killed me, but I made it up with a few good putts. He's one ahead and I'm not going to be able to shoot a 68 or 69 and win. I have to shoot something very, very good. For some reason a lot of people struggle on these greens and I do struggle at times, but very rarely with the speed of the greens. That certainly helped me today with 30-40 footers getting them up there close." Jim Gallagher Jr. is in third place at -8 under par, he had a second round of 68, and tied one shot further back at -7 under par, are Scott Hoch (64), Jay Haas (66), Bob Tway (67) and D.A. Weibring (68). Scott Hoch is making his second start of the season after returning from left hand and wrist injuries. Freddie and David will battled it out again tomorrow to decide which one of them lifts the trophy.