2012 Barclays: Nick Watney Takes Lead; James Driscoll Finishes Over Par

Nick Watney has overtaken the lead at the 2012 Barclays championship sitting at an overall score of 9-under par through seven holes in his second round. Watney began the day at 6-under but boosted his score thanks to an eagle on four and a birdie on seven.

He now holds a two stroke lead over Vijay Singh, Bob Estes and Pat Perez who sit in tie for second place with 7-under (Singh and Estes have already completed their rounds, while Perez is through nine).

Padraig Harrington came into the day atop the leaderboard but has drastically dropped with an overall score of 2-under due to five bogeys through eight holes in his second round.

Boston native James Driscoll finished his second day with an overall score of 1-over par due to consecutive bogeys on the 16th and 17th holes.

For a complete scoreboard of the 2012 Barclays, visit Golf.com's scoreboard.

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