Johnson has lead at U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee
In golf, Richard S. Johnson has the lead going into today's (Friday) second round of the U.S. Bank Championship in Milwaukee.
Johnson shot a seven-under-par 63 Thursday with the help of a hole-in-one on the 185-yard 14th at Brown Deer Park.
Brothers Deane and Brenden Pappas of South Africa are both in second place, one stroke back. They shared the lead at one point Thursday and PGA officials said brothers have never shared a tournament lead as far as they knew.
Seventy-four players broke par on a hot sticky day. Defending champion Joe Ogilvie went four-under at 66 and the Tour's hottest player - Kenny Perry - shot a 67.
Pewaukee native Mark Wilson is tied for 56th at one-under-69.
Appleton native J.P. Hayes and Middleton's Jon Turcott are tied for 95th at 71. Wisconsin golfer Dan Woltman and his coach Jim Schuman are both at two-over-72, tied for 108th.
Fox Point native Skip Kendall is tied for 118th at three-over along with Milwaukee's Mike Johnston.