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Former BYU golfer Daniel Summerhays shoots a 63 in Las Vegas
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Las Vegas • Jonas Blixt shot his second straight 7-under 64 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with Brendon de Jonge, and former BYU golfer Daniel Summerhays shot a 63, during the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

De Jonge followed his opening 62 with a 66 to match Blixt at 14-under 128 after two rounds in perfect conditions in the Fall Series opener. Blixt, from Sweden, and de Jonge, from Zimbabwe, are winless on the PGA Tour.

Ryan Moore, the former UNLV player who matched the TPC Summerlin record Thursday with a 61, was a stroke back after a 68. Summerhays and Tim Herron were 11 under.

"I think it's a lot of things that makes me play well this week," said Blixt, from Sweden. "I got my family in town, my brother and my sister, a couple friends from overseas, which makes it really relaxed. We're renting a house together and just having a good time. I don't think about golf at all coming off the golf course. Just hang out with them. It's easy to think about something else when you're in Las Vegas, right?"

John Daly was 10 under after a 63, his lowest score of the year. At 132nd on the money list, the two-time major champion is trying to move into the top 125 to secure full playing privileges for next season.

Vijay Singh, Nick Watney, Chris Kirk and John Huh also were 10 under. Singh and Watney shot 66, Kirk had a 68, and Huh a 69.

Champions Tour

Russ Cochran topped the SAS Championship leaderboard in his return from a back injury, hitting all 18 greens in regulation and shooting a 6-under 66 in Cary, N.C.

Cochran, the 2010 tournament winner, is making his first start since the U.S. Senior Open in July.

Steve Pate, Andrew Magee, Fred Funk and Jay Don Blake were a stroke back.

Defending champion Kenny Perry and Bernard Langer topped a group at 68. —

Leaderboard

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Jonas Blixt -14

Brendon de Jonge -14

Ryan Moore -13

Tim Herron -11

Daniel Summerhays -11

Golf • Summerhays fires an 8-under 63 in second round.
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