After round one at the 2012 BMW Championship, there was a four-way tie between Rory McIlroy, Webb Simpson, Bo Van Pelt and Graham DeLaet for first place. Through a good portion of round two, the leaderboard has been shaken up a bit, though those leaders from a day ago are generally doing well, or at least, they're not doing poorly.
McIlroy sits at 10-under overall and 2-under on the day through six holes. He's tied for first righ Vijay Singh and Ryan Moore, though they are through 10 and nine holes, respectively. Van Pelt is 1-under on the day, while Simpson is even on the day and has dropped a bit. DaLaet is also even on the day and shares the seventh place tie with Simpson.
Michigan native Tom Gillis is doing well. He's up nine spots from day one, and is 5-under for the tournament thus far, with a 2-under mark in round two through 12 holes. Graeme McDowell has jumped nine spots to be in the mix for the seventh-place tie. Tiger Woods is doing well, at 8-under for the tournament and sharing that tie.
Be sure to check out the up-to-date leaderboard at Golf.com.