OAKVILLE, Ontario — Chad Campbell was perfectly content to take a two-stroke lead into the weekend at the Canadian Open after falling a stroke short of the course record.

“Never really felt like it was going to be a crazy round,” the 41-year-old Texan said Friday after shooting a 9-under 63. “I’m definitely happy with it. Just solid play.”

Campbell birdied all four par 5s in his bogey-free round to reach 14-under 130. He won the last of his four PGA Tour titles in 2007.

“It’s kind of weird because it happened with the par 5s, knocking them on in two and two-putting,” Campbell said. “I made a couple long putts, which always helps.”

Greg Norman set the course record of 62 in 1986 and John Merrick matched it in 2013.

LPGA: Lexi Thompson birdied six of the first eight holes and finished with a season-beat 7-under 64 for a share of the Meijer LPGA Classic lead with Alison Lee and Lizette Salas at Belmont, Michigan.

Thompson, 20, matched Lee and Salas at 9-under 133. Lee, 20, a former UCLA player in her first season on tour, had a 66, and playing partner Salas, a former USC star, shot a 70.

Kris Tamulis closed with a bogey on the par-4 ninth to drop into a tie for fourth at 8 under with Gerina Piller, Jaye Marie Green, Wei-Ling Hsu and Q Baek. Tamulis shot 68, Piller 65, Baek 68, and Green and Hsu 69.

EUROPEAN: Danny Willett shot an 8-under 62 to open a one-shot lead in the European Masters at Crans-Sur-Sierra, Switzerland, before thunderstorms stopped the completion of the second round.

Willett, who tied for sixth Monday at the British Open, had an overall 13-under 127.

SENIOR BRITISH OPEN: Torrential rain wiped out most play at Sunningdale, England, with more than half the field still to start their second round.

Colin Montgomerie of Scotland is one of eight players at 5 under at the top of the leaderboard but five of them have yet to play a hole in the second round.