Adam Scott picked up a bogey on his next-to-last hole of the second round, dropping to 5-under par. Mark Hensby answered by picking up four birdies in his final nine holes, to move to 4-under.
So the weekend rounds at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship will not be a 36-hole cornoation march for Scott, the lone top-10 golfer in the field. Hensby trails by only one stroke heading into Saturday's round. Ryan Moore, Justin Leonard and Parker McLachlin are in at 3-under, two strokes off the pace.
All of the afternoon starters remain on the course. The primary threat to Scott's lead from that group is Matthew Goggin, who is 3-under through five holes today _ the same place where he began his round, following an opening 67.
_ Jimmy Burch