For the second straight day, Dustin Johnson shot a 3-under 67 and that has him in contention at the halfway point of the AT&T Byron Nelson.
The world's top-ranked golfer is six shots behind leader Jason Kokrak who is at 12-under par. Billy Horschel is currently in second place at minus-7. Johnson is in a group of six golfers who are at minus-6.
After a tie for second at the Wells Fargo Championship, the Dutch Fork and Coastal Carolina graduate posted a career-best tie for 12th at the Players Championship. Those are his first two events since injuring his back the day before the Masters teed off.
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