Jordan Spieth continued to lead the Travelers Championship on Friday.
Tournament officials he was 1-under 69 after he finished the second round.
He's -8 for the tournament as of Friday evening.
He teed off at 8 a.m. on Friday.
Spieth, who is competing in a stacked field with the likes of Rory McIllroy, Jason Day and Bubba Watson, shot a 63 on Thursday at the TPC River Highlands in Cromwell. He shot a 69 on Friday.
However, it was Madison-native Brett Stegmaeir and Johnson Wagner who were hot on Spieth's tail. Both shot a 64 during the opening day of the competition.
McIllroy shot a 67. Day, a 72.
The tournament continued on Friday with the first tee hitting off at 7 a.m.
On Friday evening, Troy Merritt was in second place, at -7 and Patrick Reed was tied with Merritt also at a -7.
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Big crowds showed up for the opening round on Thursday and the same was said about Friday.
"It felt like a weekend day," said Nathan Grube, tournament director. "Usually Saturday and Sunday are huge. There was a lot of people out here and it was a good time."
Grube said all of the players will be competing again on Friday.
"You have Jordan, Bubba and Rory," he said. "So there's a good amount of golf in the morning and in the afternoon."
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