Jordan Speth is one shot ahead of Daniel Berger as he was chasing his first win since the 2017 championship; English duo Paul Casey and Tom Lewis three hits back in fourth place alongside Patrick Cantlay by Ali Stafford Last update: 12/02/21 11:22 PM Jordan Speth leads one shot halfway ahead of AT&T Pebble Beach Pro- continued AM Jordan Speth His rise in form took him to the lead by one shot halfway point from the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. The main champion followed three times the opening tour of 65 at Pebble Beach with five under the age of 67 at Spyglass Hill on Friday, hovering four of his last six holes to head into the weekend at 12 without a win – without a win since The Opening 2017 and risked dropping out of the world’s top 100 teams until it finished fourth at the Waste Management Phoenix Open last week – and he has a narrow advantage over Daniel Berger, who built an eagle and three birds in a five-hole stretch. His way to the age of six under 66 in Pebble Beach. Daniel Berger chasing his fourth PGA Tour win, Sweden’s Henrik Norlander sits twice in third, while English duo Paul Casey and Tom Lewis are three shots off the lead in fourth place, alongside first-round leader Patrick Cantlay. And in breezy conditions than Opening Day, Speth started with four straight seasons before following a five-foot bird on the 14th by throwing into close range and capturing a bullet on the 17th. Jordan Speth mixing six birds with a lone ghost during his second tour at Pebble Beach, Speth bounced off a three-stroke ghost at first to make consecutive gains from the fourth, with a double-hitting bird in a draw in five seventh birds and a long-range bird in the eighth he saw setting the club’s goal. Berger made a steady start on his Pebble Beach tour, but continued to score over nine of his second goals, draining 25 feet in third place and diverting a 15-foot bird from the sidelines into fifth. PGA Live Golf Tour on February 13, 2021, 6:00 pm Live on World No.15 breaks the Eagle from Green Zone 6 and add a 15-foot bird in the iconic center from three to seven, before breaking 10 feet to save a tie at eight And stay one distance from the lead. Cantlay was unable to repeat his record equal to 62 from the first round, as he made a double opener en route to one over 73 to drop the US full-back down to nine under. Patrick Cantlay heads into the weekend with three blows adrift, Lewis briefly got two off the lead until posting a ghost on either side of an eagle in the seventh Spyglass Hill pit, while Casey flies the latter to close second round 67 in Pebble Beach Russell Knox of Scotland He drops four times in eighth place, while Phil Mickelson – a five-time winner at Pebble Beach – dropped four shots in three potholes on his back and nine times and then another four-fourth missed an 80 shot and missed the goal. Watch AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am all weekend live on Sky Sports. Live coverage continues on Saturdays with Featured Packs from 4pm on Sky Sports Golf. .