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Eric Risberg, Associated Press
Bill Haas, center, hits from the fairway up to the third green during the second round of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions PGA Tour golf tournament in Kapalua, Hawaii, Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012. Haas' playing partner Harrison Frazar, second from left, watches.

KAPALUA, Hawaii — Steve Stricker took a big step toward booking another trip to Maui with a 10-under 63 to build a five-shot lead Saturday through two rounds at the Tournament of Champions.

Stricker played his final five holes in 5 under, including a 3-wood to 12 feet for eagle on the 15th hole that gave him some separation from Webb Simpson and the eagle-eagle finish by Kevin Na.

Stricker was at 15-under 131 and will be paired Sunday with Simpson, who shot 68.

Na was not even part of the picture until holing a 5-iron from 221 yards for eagle on the 17th, and then hitting 3-wood to 10 feet for eagle on the final hole.

This is Stricker's fourth straight trip to Kapalua, the longest streak of anyone in the field.