After taking over sole possession of first place during the second round, Jim Furyk will remain atop the leaderboard with a one stroke lead at -7 after the American dominated the second round of play.
A glance at his scorecard shows Furyk made seven birdies in his first 10 holes and nine overall in the second round, helping him shoot a 64 for the second. However, England's Justin Rose is in second place and only one stroke behind the lead.
Bubba Watson and Bo Van Pelt are also in the hunt as the pair currently find themselves tied for third place, two shots behind Furyk.
Like Furyk, Rory McIlroy climbed the leaderboard Friday and now in a three-way tie for seventh place. Tiger Woods struggled Friday, though, after playing very well in the first round. After scoring +3 on the day, Woods is now in a four-way tie for 12th place.
New York-born John Huh improved his position after the second round by shooting a 70, putting him at +4 in the tournament and 27th overall. Meanwhile, St. John's alumni Keegan Bradley's second-round score of 73 dropped him seven places in the tournament, putting him one spot ahead of Huh at 26th overall.
For a live look at the leaderboard, visit Golf.com.