BLAINE, Minn. (AP) -- Bryson DeChambeau figured a score well into the double digits below par could win the inaugural 3M Open.
He's already there, halfway through.
DeChambeau dominated the second round, racking up nine birdies to finish Friday at a career-low 62 and vault into the lead with a 14-under-par score halfway through the first-time PGA Tour event at the TPC Twin Cities.
The 25-year-old DeChambeau, who entered the week eighth in the world rankings, hit greens in regulation on 17 of 18 holes. He sank four putts from 20-plus feet, including the No. 7 and No.