One of the reasons Russell Henley is in the lead: He hadn't made a bogey since the 11th hole of the first round -- until now.
Henley just bogeyed the par-4 eighth, where he missed the green long on his approach, left his third 10 feet short of the hole and missed the putt.
It was Henley's first bogey in 50 holes.
The upside for Henley? He still leads, but not by much with Charles Howell III one shot back after turning in 3 under, and Pat Perez two back after also making the turn in 3 under.
Scott Langley, who started the day in a tie with Henley, is also 15 under as is Tim Clark.