By Greg Hansen
Arizona Daily Star
J.B. Holmes hit a 373-yard drive on No. 2 Thursday; it was the second consecutive day he had the longest drive.
Ben Crane crushed Rory McIlroy in just 11 holes, closing out the young Irishman 8 and 7.
Martin Kaymer required two extra holes to beat Justin Rose, the day's only sudden-death match.
Shot of the day
Rickie Fowler chipped in from 29 feet on the 10th hole, a birdie that gave him a 4-up lead over Phil Mickelson, virtually putting the match away.
Charl Schwartzel made a 44-foot- 8-inch putt at the 15th hole but lost his match to Matteo Manassero.
Most birdies in a win
Rickie Fowler had five birdies and an eagle while eliminating Phil Mickelson.
Most birdies in a loss
Lee Westwood, right, had five birdies in his loss to Nick Watney.