American Brooks Koepka fired a 66 and is alone in third while Rory Sabbatini has sole possession of fourth after shooting a 65.
"The rest of them I like to play the week before". I was kind of doing my own thing. "I mean, even from when I played with him a couple of months ago, he's gotten a lot better".
The three-time major victor made four consecutive birdies at holes No. 14-17 and carded a 5-under 66 for the day, moving him to 11 under overall and five shots back in solo fourth.
Defending champion Aaron Wise, the 2018 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, is tied for 55th at 69.
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After an opening 76 with a chip-in eagle, Romo had three birdies Friday that were countered by four bogeys and a double bogey.
"On this course, there's definitely some birdie holes if you manage [the ball] into the right spot", Kang said.
Spieth had a 68 in the afternoon, when the wind picked up after mostly calm conditions for McCarthy and the rest of the morning starters at the links-style course inundated by heavy rain earlier in the week. "So we just trusted the number. just hit it, and then worked out good". He made par on No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4, before carding a bogey on No. 5. His approach to within a foot of the cup at the 311-yard No. 5 set up a string of six birdies in a row. He added four more on the back nine and had no bogeys. His 10 birdies were three more than he had ever had in a tour round. "From there on I told myself I was going to play carefree and be really be aggressive".
Romos's second round started positively, as he was one under par for the day through 10 holes before playing the next three in four over. "I thought it was pretty far away until I finished".
Longtime Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo chipped in an eagle during the first round of the AT&T Byron Nelson Tournament. He had never been on the front nine before Thursday, having practiced only on the back nine Tuesday before Wednesday's pro-am was washed out.