The morning guys continue to get a jump on this course, and Bryce Molder took advantage of it more than anyone today. Molder shot a 62 today, tied for the second-best course record out here (he's one of six who have done that now) and moved to the lead with 13-under for the tournament. It was also Molder's personal best outing.
Molder pulled a putt on No. 18, which would've tied him for the course record if he had sunk it. Molder said it was in his thoughts a bit.
"I would love to say I didn't think about it," he said. "But I pretty well knew, or I thought that 61 was the course record. I knew I would be tied with at least a couple of people if I did it. I thought I was going to make it, but I actually had a poor putt."
(Photo of Bryce Molder shot Friday by Ben Noey Jr./Star-Telegram)