Byron Nelson Championship 2013 results: Keegan Bradley has three-stroke lead

Jeff Gross

Bradley tops a crowded top 10 through two rounds.

Keegan Bradley has used the Byron Nelson Championship to get his game back on track. Through two rounds, Bradley has a three-stroke lead on the field and set a course record by shooting a 60 in Thursday's first round. Bradley continued his solid play on Friday, improving his score to 11-under par. Prior to the Byron Nelson Championship, Nelson had missed two straight cuts.

Tom Gills and Sang-Moon Bae trail Bradley by three strokes, as both sit at 8-under par. Meanwhile, John Huh moved 51 spots up the board to move into a tie for fourth place on the leaderboard with two other golfers.

Six golfers are in a dead heat at No. 7 on the leaderboard with a score of six-under par. Graham DeLaet, Angel Cabrera, Ted Potter Jr. and Scott Piercey round out the top 10.

The projected cut for the tournament is even par. Here is the full top 10. You can check out the entire leaderboard at Golf.com.

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

T7. Graham DeLaet: -6

T7. Angel Cabrera: -6

T7. Ted Potter Jr.: -6

T7. Scott Piercy: -6

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