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Chad Campbell shoots 9-under 63 in Canadian Open to take 2-stroke lead

  • Chad Campbell hits off the eighth tee during second round play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)

    Chad Campbell hits off the eighth tee during second round play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Chad Campbell watches his tee shot on the eighth hole during second round play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)

    Chad Campbell watches his tee shot on the eighth hole during second round play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)  (The Associated Press)

  • Chad Campbell chips up onto the eighth green during second round of play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)

    Chad Campbell chips up onto the eighth green during second round of play at the Canadian Open golf tournament in Oakville, Ontario, Friday, July 24, 2015.(Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press via AP)  (The Associated Press)

Chad Campbell shot a 9-under 63 on Friday in the Canadian Open to take a two-stroke lead over Brian Harman.

Campbell birdied all four par 5s at Glen Abbey in his bogey-free round to reach 14-under 130. The 41-year-old Texan won the last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2007.

Harman followed his opening 65 with a 67.

Canada's David Hearn was tied for third at 11 under after a 64.

Hearn is trying to become the first Canadian to win the event since Pat Fletcher, born in England, in 1954 at Point Grey in Vancouver. Carl Keffer is the only Canadian-born champion, winning in 1909 and 1914. Albert Murray, a Canadian also born in England, won in 1908 and 1913.

Johnson Wagner also was 11 under after a 66. Jason Day, coming off a tie for fourth Monday in the British Open, was another stroke back after a 66.