Sweden's Jonas Blixt and Fiji's Vijay Singh are first and second in the Justin Timberlake Shriners Open with their respective rounds of seven-under and five-under completed for the day.
Blixt had seven birdies and an eagle to go along with two bogeys and double bogey on 17th. He began the day in fifth place but quickly leapfrogged Ryan Moore who is one-over through his first seven holes. Blixt (-14 overall) has a four stroke lead over the second place Singh.
Singh had a chance to cut that deficit a lot closer but a double-bogey on the 18th ruined an otherwise flawless day. Singh totaled five birdies and an eagle Friday without a single bogey before the final hole.
Tim Herron moved into a tie with Singh thank to a recent birdie on the 18th hole. Herron still has the front nine to play but he's looking like a good bet to build on his electrifying, bogey-less opening round from Thursday (six birdies, one eagle).