Bryant, who set a new course record on Thursday with a 62, shot 2-under 68 Friday, while Goosen, a two-time U.S. Open winner, carded a 4-under 66. The pair is tied at 10-under-par 130, three shots better than Tiger Woods (67), Scott Verplank (66) and Ben Crane (65), who are tied at 7-under-par 133.
Goosen is trying to make tournament history. If he wins the event on Sunday, he will become its first multiple winner.
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