Adam Scott's second-round 67 carried him to 5-under par and proved to be enough to give him the second-round lead at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship.
Playing in one of the first groups off the tee on Friday morning, Scott took birdies on his first four holes. He heads into weekend rounds one stroke ahead of Scott McCarron, Matthew Goggin and Mark Hensby.
Scott, the No. 10 player in the world golf rankings, is the highest-ranked competitor in the Nelson field.
_ Jimmy Burch