IRVING, Texas — Sergio Garcia shot his second straight 4-under 66 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with Ryan Palmer in the Byron Nelson Championship.

IRVING, Texas — Sergio Garcia shot his second straight 4-under 66 on Friday for a share of the second-round lead with Ryan Palmer in the Byron Nelson Championship.

Palmer had a 67 to match Garcia at 8-under 132 on a sun-soaked day when the wind was gusting up to 36 mph.

Garcia topped the leaderboard after withdrawing after five holes in a British Open qualifier and passing up a practice round at TPC Four Seasons because of an infected fingernail on his left hand.

Tim Petrovic (66) and Scott Piercy (69) were three strokes back at 5 under. Nick Watney (68), Joe Ogilvie (70) and Chad Collins (69) followed at 4 under.

BMW PGA Championship

At Virginia Water, England, long-hitting Spaniard Alvaro Quiros birdied the final three holes for a 4-under 67 and a share of the second-round lead in the BMW PGA Championship with second-ranked Luke Donald and Italian teenager Matteo Manassero.

Manassero birdied No. 18 for a 70, and Donald had a 72 to match Quiros at 6-under 136 on the Ernie Els-remodeled West Course at Wentworth. England's David Horsey (68), Spain's Jose Manuel Lara (70) and South Africa's Thomas Aitken (67) were 4 under.

Senior PGA Championship

At Louisville, Ky., Kiyoshi Murota shot a 5-under 67 to take a four-stroke lead over Nick Price and Hale Irwin in the suspended second round of the Senior PGA Championship.

Murota, a 55-year-old touring pro and golf teacher from Japan, had an 11-under 133 total at Valhalla.

Price was one of 78 players who had to return to the course Friday morning to complete the first round because of weather delays. He polished off a 70 and was 7 under along with Irwin, a three-time U.S. Open champion who has won the Senior PGA four times. Irwin shot a 68.

Loren Roberts and Olin Browne were 6 under after 70s. Gary Hallberg was 5 under after a 67, and Tom Watson had a 70 to top the group at 4 under that also included Mark O'Meara (72).

Steve Pate, playing in his first seniors event the day after his 50th birthday, was among 29 players unable to complete the second round before dark. Pate was at 3 under for the tournament with four holes left.