Russell Henley / Hugh Gentry/Reuters Russell Henley hijacked the second round lead in the Sony Open in Hawaii, from his friend and first round leader Scott Langley, with another round of -7 under par 63. The two rookies continue to defy all the odds and dominate the leaderboard between them. Russell, who is just two days into his PGA Tour career is already in the record books, breaking the 36-hole tournament scoring record by two shots, at -14 under par and a total of 126, the previous 36-hole record at the Sony Open was 128, shared by five players, most recently John Cook in 2002. Russell said it all seems a bit unreal; " It’s pretty surreal." The two Scotts, Langley and Piercy are now tied two shots behind on -12 under par, Scott Langley followed his opening round 62, with a second round of 66, and Scott Piercy had another round of 64, both players total 128. Scott Langley admitted it was hard to match his amazing first round 62; "It’s never easy to back up a really good round, I kind of got off to a little slower start, but it was certainly nice to finish the way I did and kind of get back in it with Russ. He played so well, and I was just trying to keep pace as much as I can. To finish that way was really good." Scott Piercy had to admit he knew very little about the two new rookies; " It’s Russell something and Langley? I think Russell won when he was in college, right? Hey, they’re playing well. I think I played in five final groups as a rookie and didn't come through. There’s a learning curve, but maybe their curve is quicker than mine." Matt Kuchar is in fourth place alone on -11 under par, with his second round score of -7 under par, 63. Matt was real happy with the conditions here at the Waialae Country Club in Honolulu, coming from last weeks windy weather in Maui; " Coming from last week, it feels really easy out there, this course, is not as simple as it seems, it’s one of the tougher courses on tour. If you’re not playing well, you’re going to make some bogeys. I understand the wind is supposed to really die down over the weekend, so I certainly expect low scoring. The course is in great shape, greens are beautiful, so there’s going to be a lot more birdies and your foot has definitely got to be down on the pedal." One sad note today, Dustin Johnson who won last week at Kapalua, withdrew after nine holes today, suffering from the flu. Dustin will now not get a chance to match Ernie Els as the only players to sweep the two Hawaii events. He said of his malaise; " I feel like I’m coming down with whatever my caddie’s got, just not feeling well. Stomach hurts, headache, tired." I think that as long as Scott and Russell are paired together one of them will win this tournament they are helping each other and are not too bothered about the rest of the field. But if they are split up for the last round, competing against a seasoned Tour professional, then the going will get a little tougher coming down the stretch on Sunday.