HONOLULU - Brian Stuard grabbed a one shot after firing his second consecutive five-under 65 in the second round of the PGA Tour's Sony Open on Friday. Stuard, who leads a Tour event for the first time in his career, finished 36 holes at 10-under-par 130. "I played pretty well," Stuard said. "Didn't start off very good, but I played pretty good on my last nine, the front nine. I enjoy the layout. It's nice to have to hit some shots off the tee, and I enjoy doing that." Marc Leishman fired a six-under 64 and moved into a share of second place at nine-under at the Waialae golf course. He was joined there by Japan's Hideto Tanihara, who posted a 65 in round two. Harris English, a two-time winner last year, carded his second 66 and is in sole possession of fourth at eight-under-par 132.–AFP