Billy Horschel birdied four of the last six holes to get some of to claim the lead over the weekend -10 B Horschel, T Hoge, T Gooch, SW Kim (Kor); -9 S Lowry (Ire), H English, A Landry, D Redman, V Varner III; -8 R Sloan (Can), CT Pan (Tpe), W Simpson, M Hubbard, R Oppenheim, J Kokrak, T Duncan Selected others: – 7 P. Casey (Eng), T Fleetwood (Eng); -5 T Lewis (Eng); -3 R Knox (Sco), S Garcia (Spa), J Spieth; level J Rose (Eng); +2 B Koepka; +4 L Donald (Eng), D Willett (Eng), G McDowell (NI) Full Classification
American Billy Horschel shares a four-way tie for the lead halfway through the Wyndham Championship.
Horschel took a 6-under-par 64 and moved down to 10 for the event, along with fellow countrymen Tom Hoge and Talor Gooch, and Si Woo Kim from South Korea.
Irish Shane Lowry is one shot off the lead after hitting a seven-under 63, the aggregate lowest round of the day.
England's Justin Rose and fellow America's great winner Brooks Koepka, however, failed to make the cut.
World Number Six Webb Simpson, the highest-ranked player in the field, is one of seven among eight players entering the weekend at Sedgefield Country Club.
England & # 39; s Tommy Fleetwood and Paul Casey are in a group of nine who are a shot further back.
Saturday's third round will be played in trios and on a two-tee start due to the threat of bad weather in North Carolina, USA.