Brian Harman moves three shots clear at the Sony Open
Brian Harman finds himself on the top of the tree in Honolulu after the second round - having been in a similar position in the Sentry Tournament of Champions on the islands last week.
The American climbed two places with his seven-under round of 63 to go three shots clear at 13 under for the Sony Open.
Starting on the back nine, Harman was three-under at the turn, and followed up with three birdies on the second, third and fourth.
Brian Harman produced the round of the day at the Sony Open with a seven-under 63
Jordan Spieth recorded a two-under 68 to move to three-under for the tournament
The only blot in the book was a bogey on the seventh, but he finished with a flourish: sinking a 17-foot putt for eagle on the par-5 ninth.
Overnight leaders Chris Kirk and Zach Johnson both carded 67s and are tied for second place on 10 under, alongside John Peterson, Tom Hoge and Talor Gooch.
A trio of Americans - Patton Kizzire, Ollie Schneiderjans and Kyle Stanley - sit one shot behind them tied for seventh.
Jordan Spieth's round of 68 was a lot less eventful than Thursday's where he hit a quadruple bogey.
He sits tied for 48th on three under, having carded four birdies and a pair of bogeys.