Maui, HI (SportsNetwork.com) – Russell Henley was joined atop the leaderboard
on Saturday by defending champion Zach Johnson and two other players after two
rounds of the Hyundai Tournament of Champions.
Henley, who led after the first round, posted a 3-under 70 to end 36 holes at
11-under-par 135. He stands alongside Johnson (67), Jimmy Walker (68) and San-
Moon Bae (69).
The last three winners of this event have had at least a piece of the lead
after 36 holes.
Charley Hoffman and Hideki Matsuyama both fired 7-under 66s. They jumped into
a share of fifth place at minus-10. They were joined there by Brendon Todd
(67), Patrick Reed (69) and Robert Streb (69).
Scott Stallings fell out of a tie for the lead as he bogeyed the final two
holes for a 3-under 70. He is alone in 10th place at 9-under-par 137 on the
Plantation Course at Kapalua Resort.
Matt Kuchar (70) is one stroke further back at minus-8.
MORE TO FOLLOW.