The AT&T Byron Nelson continues with the second round Friday at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas, Texas.
Sung Kang finished his second round with 10 birdies and the lead at 16 under. Sang was 10-under 61 on Friday and four strokes ahead of Matt Every. With Kang’s score of 16-under 126 in the first two rounds, he established a new opening 36-hole record at the tournament.
Brooks Koepka also surged up the board with a 5-under 66, gtting to 11 under and solo fourth when he walked off the course. Koepka shot even par on the front and 5-under on the back, including a stretch of four consecutive birdies.
Every finished Friday in second place after shooting a 65 for the second-straight day.
Tyler Duncan is in third place after beginning the second round 4 under through nine holes. Duncan was T-2 after a first-round 64.
First-round leader Denny McCarthy tumbled down the leaderboard with bogeys on 11 and 12. He is T-14 and is 4 over through nine holes.
Jordan Spieth found some rhythm Friday on his final nine holes, recording five birdies and a bogey on the front nine to finish with a second-round 67. He sits T-5.
Tony Romo missed the cut, finishing the round 3-over 74. The former quarterback has missed the cut in his first two PGA Tour appearances. He finished the first round at 5-over 76.
Martin Trainer, who scored a 78 in the first round, withdrew Friday morning due to a neck injury. Charles Howell III also withdrew from the second round with a hip injury. Trainer and Howell join D.J. Trahan who withdrew Thursday with a back injury.