On Friday, he followed his opening-round 10-under-par 62 with a 5-under 66, to sit at 15-under 128. He holds a two-stroke lead over a group of five players -- Shigeki Maruyama, Ryan Moore, Kevin Stadler, Bart Bryant and Paul Goydos (65) -- who are at 13-under 130.
Rod Pampling and Harrison Frazar are tied for fourth place at 12-under 131.
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