After the second round of the Tampa Bay Championship, Shawn Stefani is still at the top of the leaderboard, the rookie proving that his first round effort was no fluke. Shawn Stefani / Greenwood/Getty Image Shawn Stefani completed his second round of the Tampa Bay Championship, presented by EverBank, at the Innisbrook Copperhead course, in -1 under par, for a tournament total of -7 under. The rookie is still at the top of the leaderboard, by just one shot, from the very experienced pair of Adam Scott and K.J. Choi, who are tied in second spot, at -6 under par for the tournament. Shawn had to scramble more today that he would have preferred, although he did manage to convert all the putts he felt he was supposed to make in his second round; " Today was a little bit more of a struggle, didn't really drive it super great. Didn't hit some of the best iron shots. But I scrambled well and I putted really great. When you putt good, that usually keeps rounds going, and that's pretty much what happened today." Adam was pretty happy to go bogey free today, and set himself up nicely for the week-end; " To go bogey-free anywhere is good, and I think here is particularly good. It's quite a tricky golf course, and mistakes are easily made, very pleased with that. I got myself right in contention for the weekend, which I'm pleased about." K.J. Choi is pleased with his position, just a shame I think that he is now using the claw grip on his putter; "Sometimes very nervous, but I keep going more in line. But still, -6 under par, a very good position. My confidence is very well." There are four players tied in fourth place at -5 under par, they are, Harris English, Brian Harman, Jason Duffner and Peter Tomasulo. World Number Three Luke Donald struggled again today, with a +1 over par 72, and way down the list tied in 31st place. I suppose really he was lucky to make the cut for the week-end. I hope he puts together a good round tomorrow.