The Greenbrier Classic: Joaquin Niemann shares lead as Kevin Chappell shoots stunning 59

Joaquin Niemann carded an 8-under 62 to move into a three-way tie for the Greenbrier Classic lead, but the second round belonged to Kevin Chappell.

Niemann, 20, sits at 13 under alongside Scottie Scheffler — who also shot 8-under 62 and Robby Shelton — who finished 5-under 65 on Friday — at the halfway mark of the opening event of the 2019-20 PGA Tour season.

But it was Chappell who stole the show when he became the 11th golfer in Tour history to card a sub-60 round, shooting an 11-under 59.

Chappell marked his first Tour start since November 2018 following microdiscectomy surgery on his back by entering the record books in West Virginia.

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