Garnett moves into lead at Colonial

 

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Ft. Worth, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Brice Garnett carded a 4-under 66 on Friday to move into a 1-stroke lead after two rounds of the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.

Garnett finished 36 holes at Colonial Country Club at 7-under-par 133. He is seeking his first career win on the PGA Tour.

Chris Stroud fired a 6-under 64 to vault into a tie for second place with Robert Streb at 6-under 134.

First-round leader Dustin Johnson managed an even-par 70 during his third round to drop into a share of fourth at 5-under-par 135. He is joined by three-time winner this season Jimmy Walker (68), Bo Van Pelt (68), Aaron Baddeley (67), Chad Campbell (66), Tim Clark (68) and Brian Davis (67).

Jason Dufner (69) Jordan Spieth (69), Brandt Snedeker (66), Harris English (70), David Hearn (69) and Brian Harman (67) are tied for 11th at minus-4.

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