The Barclays. Two at the Top, Rory Recovers. August 22 2014

Best golf putter by white dragon golfThe Barclays There are two players tied at the top of  The Barclays leaderboard, Adam Scott and Cameron Tringale riding high, while Rory McIlroy recovers to comfortably make the make cut. [caption id="attachment_6518" align="alignnone" width="676"]The Barclays Adam Scott / Getty Images[/caption] Adam followed his first-round 69 with a second round -6  under par 65 for a -8 under par total, which he said could, and should have been better; "I played the par fives in one over today, so I could find four there for you, and missed so many 10‑footers it felt like. It felt like it could have been a whole lot better. I hit it so close to the hole all day and it felt like I missed most of my putts. I've got to take the positives but hopefully a few more go in over the weekend."  Cameron made a slow start and was 3 over par on his first three holes Friday, but made six birdies and no bogeys to complete the round to post a total -8 under par; " I kind of got behind the 8‑ball early and just kind of kept my head up and kept playing. I knew I was swinging well and if I gave myself some chances, I could make birdies. That's pretty much what I did. " Three players are sharing third spot, all on -7  under par for the competition, Kevin Chappell, Brendon Todd and the evergreen Jim Furyk. Jim explained that he thinks it is just experience which helps him to keep contesting tournaments; "There's an argument, probably experience and pacing yourself probably comes into play."  " I just keep seeing the light at the end of the tunnel that, hey, I've got all this time off coming up and I've been playing well, let's try to keep it going, and I'll be cooking breakfast and taking the kids to school here for a couple months." "I look forward to that and it makes it easy for me to play these last four events, because I want to play well, it's an exciting time of the year and I know that you're going to have a bunch of time off come the fall." Rory shot a -6 under par 65 today, to move to -3 under par for the tournament, and is now only five shots off the leaders. He reported that it was just practice that got him comfortable with his swing again; "I went to the range yesterday afternoon, worked on a couple of things and just got comfortable with my swing again." "After not really touching a club before this week I felt a little bit rusty out there yesterday. It didn't take long, maybe an hour on the range to sort of get things back on track, and I'm glad I did it because i played really well today. "I'm going to have to get off to a fast start tomorrow to try and catch those guys before they go out on the golf course."  Phil Mickelson was one of twelve players who made the cut at +1 over par, on a strange day where he missed a very short putt, and played a shot from the hospitality area, which unfortunately led to a bogey; “My drop was going to be in hay, I had a clear lie on nice ground there and played it. It wasn't hard to make contact, it was hard to hit it on that skinny little green and get it to stop. That was it.” Phil Mickelson thrills fans with shot from hospitality area at Barclays