2013 Byron Nelson Championship leaderboard: Keegan Bradley, Tom Gillis on top

Eric P. Mull-US PRESSWIRE

Bradley dominated the first round and has a firm grasp on the lead heading into the weekend.

Keegan Bradley remains at the top of the Byron Nelson Championship leaderboard Friday after shooting 1-under par 69. Bradley shot a 60 on Thursday, which was a course record, and is 12-under for the tournament.

Right behind Bradley is Tom Gillis, who jumped 53 spots on the leaderboard after shooting 7-under par. He's four strokes off the lead entering the weekend at 8-under par.

John Huh and Gary Woodland also improve their positions by more than 50 spots and sit at 7-under par. Four more golfers are 7-under par and five have a score 6-under par, setting the stage for an interesting weekend. Erik Compton, who also carded a Friday-best 7-under on the day, sits at 5-under.

Thirty golfers are still on the course.

Here is the full top 10 of the leaderboard.

1. Keegan Bradley: -12

T2. Tom Gillis: -8

T2. Sang-Moon Bae: -8

T4. John Huh: -7

T4. Ryan Palmer: -7

T4 Charl Schwartzei: -7

T4. Gary Woodland: -7

T8. Graham DeLaet: -6

T8. Angel Cabrera: -6

T8. Ted Potter Jr.: -6

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