HP Byron Nelson Championship. Keegan Still In Front May 17 2013

Keegan Bradley is still in front of the chasing pack at the HP Byron Nelson Championship, despite only managing a second round of -1 under par 69. Fun in the sun Keegan Bradley / Pennington / Getty Images Keegan was happy to have a three shot lead after the second round of the HP Byron Nelson Championship, after he stalled on the day, but still finished in front by three shots at -11 under par, despite making bogey on 1 and 18, again; " I'm almost more proud of this round than yesterday because I didn't feel comfortable all day. I don't know what it was, I can't put my finger on it but, you know, I bogeyed the first hole. I was a little uncomfortable and then I settled in and hit some really good shots. The first hole is probably the easiest hole out here, I don't know why I keep making bogey on that hole." Keegan came to the 18th tee with his four shot advantage intact, a wayward tee shot took care of that; " I've got a four-shot lead, so the last thing I wanted to do was plop it in the water. I bailed out. I didn't hit that bad of a shot it just got in the wind. I thought it was going to be way left of where it was, but I'm going to hit good ones Saturday and Sunday." Tied in second place are Tom Gillis, who had a second round of -7 under par 63, and Sang-Moon Bae, with his -4 under par 66. Both players are on -8 under par. Tom thought the course definitely played easier in the morning, and also was happy to be reunited with his coach; " It was easier, I think the wind was down and I was hoping that we would get a fair shot like they had Thursday morning, just to see what it would be like. Definitely, I thought it played better than in the afternoon. I stepped  away for a couple of months and tried to do some things on my own and kind of got lost. We had disagreements on some things. You talk things out, work things out. People change. I think he was right all along, to be honest with you." Sang-Moon was also happy with his round;
" That was a little weird, I thought this course was very windy, but Thursday morning was really good weather. So yeah, different, but I shoot same score as Thursday, so I'm happy."
 Charl Schwartzel also struggled today, in the afternoon round he shot an even par 70;
" It was a bit up and down out there, bit of a frustrating day, but I suppose it's the mix."
Chinese wonder teenager Guan Tianlang shot a second round of 77, to miss the cut. He was in good company with Boo Weekley, Robert Garrigus, John Senden, Robert Karlsson, Ryuji Imada and Y.E. Yang among those who failed to make the cut, which was set at even par.