2013 Greenbrier Classic scores: Matt Every tops leaderboard after impressive Round 2

Scott Halleran

Every shot 8-under par and sits alone at the top of the standings.

The 2013 Greenbrier Classic is through two rounds, and the leaderboard is starting to take form.

Matt Every stormed into the lead on Friday after shooting 8-under par to bring his tournament score to 9-under. However, he only holds a one-stroke lead over five golfers that currently sit at 8-under for the tournament. Meanwhile, four golfers are tied at 7-under par, creating a log jam at the top of the standings going into the weekend.

Entering the day, Tommy Gainey and Johnson Wagner were tied atop the leaderboard after shooting 8-under in the first round. Both clung to spots in the top 10, as Wagner shot even in Round 2 and Gainey shot 1-over par.

Every, meanwhile, shot up 48 spots on the leaderboard to claim the top spot. The top 10 after 36 holes is as follows. For the complete leaderboard, click here.

Place Player Score
1 Matt Every -9
T2 Daniel Summerhays -8
T2 Bill Lunde -8
T2 Steven Bowditch -8
T2 Russel Henley -8
T2 Johnson Wagner -8
T7 Ben Curtis -7
T7 Greg Owen -7
T7 Tommy Gainey -7
T7 Jonas Blixt -7

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