2011 PGA Championship: Jason Dufner, Keegan Bradley Top Leaderboard At 5-Under

Friday's second round of the 2011 PGA Championship at Atlanta Athletic Club is in the books and two golfers are tied atop the leaderboard.

Jason Dufner and Keegan Bradley are your leaders heading into the weekend at 5-under.

Dufner shot 5-under the day to get here, shooting his best between the 9th an 13th holes, in which he had four birdies. Dufner is looking for his first PGA Tour win. He came close in the Waste Management Phoenix Open earlier this year. He finished tied for fifth at the PGA Championship last year.

Bradley was the big mover of the day, shooting 6-under to get here. He finished the day with no bogeys and spread his birdies out across the entire day for a very even, well-played round. Bradley is searching for his second win of the year after previously winning the 2011 HP Byron Nelson Championship.

Thursday's leader Scott Stricker faded into the pack after shooting 4-over and ending the day 3-under overall.

Scott Verplank was atop the leaderboard for a while Friday but faded late, bogeying 14 and 16 and finishing 4-under. Five golfers are tied at 4-under in third place.

Check out the full leaderboard here.

Head over to the SB Nation golf hub for more updates on the PGA Championship as news happens.

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