This from the ABJ's Scot Fagerstrom:
On No. 2 Rory McIlroy hit a second shot left of the green and that left him with a n uphill chip shot with very little green to work with because the pin was tugged in the left corner.
He played a low approach shot up the hill and the ball rolled about three feet near the hole. He proceeded to birdie the par-5 hole.
Anthony Kim then approached with the next group and put himself in an even harder position to score.
Kim was farther left than McIlory was. When Kim lined up for his third shot from left of the green, he planned a shot and then pulled it off, placing the ball between the trunk of a tree and a branch. The ball landed on the edge of the green and he two-putted for par.