Wesley Bryan, winner of last week's Web.com Tour Digital Ally Open, has the clubhouse lead after Friday play in the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Ill.
Bryan shot a bogey-free seven-under 64 in the second round, bringing his score to 12-under par 130. He leads Steve Marino by a stroke.
Bryan's win last week was his third of the season on the Web.com Tour, earning him a promotion to the PGA Tour. Attempting to become the only player to win his first event as a PGA Tour member, Bryan has recorded just one bogey over two rounds. Though formerly known as half of the trick-shot duo Bryan Bros. Golf, Bryan now has an opportunity to get into the top 150 in FedEx Cup points with a win.
Bryan was fortunate enough to finish his second round on a rainy Friday, as the continuation of the first round did not even start until noon. All players finished their first round, but 105 still need to complete their second round. They will continue play on Saturday morning.
Marino finished with a six-under 65. The 36-year-old is looking for his first PGA Tour win.
Zach Johnson, the 2012 John Deere Classic winner, did not play a single hole on Friday. He is tied for 13th at six under, and will play his entire second round on Saturday.
The projected cut line is two under, which would eliminate Daniel Summerhays, Robert Streb and Hunter Mahan.
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