KAPALUA, Hawaii -- Brian Harman made good on his second chip at the par-5 15th hole for an unlikely birdie, and a long two-putt birdie on the closing par 5 at Kapalua gave him a 5-under 68 and a share of the lead with Marc Leishman in the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
Leishman played bogey-free and narrowly missed an eagle on the 18th hole for a 69.
They were at 10-under 136 and one shot ahead of Dustin Johnson, who overcame a rough start on the Plantation Course. Johnson, the world's No. 1 player, made back-to-back bogeys and then had to settle for par with a 7-iron for his second shot on the par-4 fifth hole. But he made seven birdies from there, none longer than 10 feet, for a 68.