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standard issue oakley Rory McIlroy remains atop Honda Classic leaderboard heading into Saturday's third round Rory McIlroy doesn't like the look of this shot -- or his form for that matter -- on the 12th hole during Friday's second round of the Honda Classic. He would card a bogey on the hole but he finished the day at 4 under and leads the tournament by one shot at 11 under. (AP Photo) said in an interview recently he wanted tocollect more wins. And while that is something that every golfer on the seeks, McIlroy is halfway to adding another win and trophy to hiscollection. Using a round of 4-under-par 66 Friday, McIlroy remains atopthe leaderboard of the at in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.,heading into Saturday's third round of play. The 66 puts McIlroy at 11 underfor the tournament, one shot ahead of , whose 64 on Fridaymoved him to second place at 10 under. It looked as though McIlroy might fall from the top early inFriday's round. Starting on the 10th hole, he made bogey at 11 and12, but countered the bogeys with birdies at 16 and 18 to finish his first nineholes of play even for the day. On the front side, he made a big push forward,carding birdies at 3, 4, 5 and 7 to shoot a 31 on his closing nine holes. (68 on Friday) is alone in third at 8 under,with (65) and (63) both at 7 under. (69), (66) and (69) are all at 6 under for thetournament. Nine players - Brendan Steele (66), Daniel Summerhays (65),Chris Stroud (66), Boo Weekley (67), John Senden (63), Thomas Bjorn (66), LukeDonald (68). Derek Ernst (69) and Will MacKenzie (68) - are all at 6 under, fiveshots behind McIlroy. Tiger Woods is at even par and just made the cut for weekendplay. Sergio Garcia is also at even, with Zach Johnson at 3 under and RickieFowler at 2 under, all making the cut. Among those failing to advance to theweekend were Phil Mickelson (1 over), Henrik Stenson (9 over) and CharlSchwartzel (7 over). Players with connections to the state of Alabama are still inthe field. Weekley heads the pack at 5 under. He is joined by Stewart Cink (68)at 3 under, Graeme McDowell (67) at 3 under and Heath Slocum (68) at 1 under.Jason Bohn (72) failed to make the cut at 2 over and defending champion MichaelThompson (71) won't get a chance to defend his crown. He shot 5 over and didn'tmake the cut.