Brandt Snedeker feels good about his swing and is making plenty of putts, a combination that has given him the 36-hole lead at the Sony Open.
Snedeker played bogey-free Friday at Waialae Country Club for a five-under-par 65. He had a one-shot lead over Kevin Kisner, who couldn't get a putt to fall until a 12-footer on his final hole for eagle and a 66.
Snedeker was at 12-under 128.
“I feel like I'm playing great, so it should be fun,” Snedeker said about the weekend at Waialae.
Fifteen players were separated by only four shots at the halfway point. British Open champion Zach Johnson (66), Luke Donald (65), Chez Reavie (63) and Zac Blair (65) were two...