PGA Tour

Stuard surges to lead at Sony

2014-01-11 07:59
Brian Stuard (Getty)

Honolulu - Masters champion Adam Scott made an ominous move up the leaderboard late in the day after little-known American Brian Stuard had seized control of the $5.6 million Sony Open in Hawaii during Friday's second round.

That left Stuard one stroke in front of Australian Marc Leishman (64) and Japan's Hideto Tanihara (65), with American Harris English (66) a further shot back at eight under.

Due to a forecast for poor weather on Saturday, tee times have been brought forward for the third round.

Scores after the second round of the $5.6 million PGA Tour's Sony Open on Friday at the Waialae Country Club course (par-70)

130 - Brian Stuard 65-65

131 - Marc Leishman (AUS) 67-64, Hideto Tanihara (JPN) 66-65

132 - Harris English 66-66

133 - Jason Kokrak 66-67, Jimmy Walker 66-67, Adam Scott (AUS) 67-66, Chris Kirk 64-69, Sang-Moon Bae (KOR) 63-70, Chris Stroud 68-65

134 - Jerry Kelly 67-67, Boo Weekley 67-67, Hudson Swafford 70-64, Greg Chalmers (AUS) 68-66, Matt Every 69-65, Justin Leonard 68-66

135 - Zach Johnson 68-67, Ryan Palmer 65-70, Will Wilcox 69-66, Pat Perez 68-67, James Hahn 67-68, Brian Harman 69-66, Retief Goosen (RSA) 66-69, Jason Dufner 67-68


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