Marc Leishman, Oliver Goss, Ricky Barnes and Patrick Reed are all tied for the lead at Quicken Loans National at 6-under.
Tiger Woods, who had not played since March 9 because of a back injury, missed the cut for just the 10th time in his career at 7-over. Woods short game was not up to par when he shot four straight bogeys on the back nine according to the Associated Press The tournament cut was set at 3-over.
Hudson Swafford and Stuart Appleby are tied for fifth at 5-under, while four players sit two strokes back of the leaders.
Goss jumped 15 slots to the top of the leaderboard with a 66. Justin Rose shot 74 day one and followed that up with a 65, moving up 72 places to tied for11th.
Brendon Todd, winner of this years Byron Nelson, made a 53-foot birdie at the sixteenth hole. Todd sits at even tied for 27th
Day three action begins tomorrow at 7 a.m. (ET).