Jason Dufner and Padraig Harrington felt cautious at times for different reasons Friday in the Transitions Championship. They also had far different outcomes.
Harrington was 12 shots worse than his course-record 61 in the opening round.
Dufner made it through another round at Innisbrook without a bogey and posted his second straight 5-under 66 to take a two-shot lead into the weekend.
''Pretty stress-free round,'' Dufner said.
Harrington made 10 birdies en route to a record 10-under round on Thursday. He didn't feel as though he hit the ball much worse by following that up with a 73. He realized it would be difficult to get another low score, and it crept into his putting, especially on the back nine.
''I'm happy with my game, but when you shoot a good score, it's hard to match the next day,'' the Irishman said. ''When you're leading the tournament, it's hard not to be a little bit cautious, and I think at times I was on the greens.''
William McGirt had a 68 and joined Harring...