Howell, Schniederjans share lead at John Deere Classic

Campbell is one of a number of players in a share of third

Campbell is one of a number of players in a share of third

Hadley had seven birdies in his 7-under-par second-round 64, tying his career low for a round of professional golf.

Seeking his first PGA Tour victory, Rodgers holed eight birdies and only dropped one shot at the last to be 13 under at the halfway stage of the tournament. 145- Nick Taylor. 146- Ryan Palmer. Tway had nine birdies in a 10-hole stretch en route to the best round of the day. "It was tricky this afternoon with some breeze, but I know 13-under is not going to win the golf tournament, so I got to keep that same mindset for the next two rounds".

With no indication of how serious his injury is, Lee could potentially be saving himself in the hope of recovering in time for The Open if he gets a start.

Five birdies in a seven-hole stretch on his second nine helped DeChambeau to a six-under 65 and second spot, with 20 players heading in to the weekend within six strokes of the lead.

Kevin Tway, also at nine under, shot an eight-under 63.

This tournament normally sees something around 22 under for the victor, and he knows he'll have to keep the gas down with guys like Zach Johnson, Charles Howell III and DeChambeau chasing.

A two-putt gain at the par-five second was followed by a pitch-in from off the next green, before Rodgers picked up another birdie at the fifth and drained a 50-footer at the next.

Zach Johnson, the 2012 John Deere Classic champion who hails from nearby Cedar Rapids, Iowa, had a 67 and is tied with Charles Howell III, the co-leader after the first round, at 10 under.

Hadley said after his bogey-free round that he felt like he was playing with "house money" after wrapping up a PGA Tour for next season card last week.

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