PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — Rickie Fowler kept bogeys off his card for the second straight round Friday for a 4-under 66 and a one-shot lead in the Honda Classic.

In some respects, it was identical to Fowler’s opening round – no bogeys, another 66 in windy conditions and a big par save on his 10th hole. Having started on the back nine, Fowler worked himself out of his toughest spot well right of the fairway and got up-and-down for par to keep some momentum.

Fowler became the first player to go bogey-free over the opening 36 holes of the Honda Classic since it moved to PGA National in 2007.

“That’s a big accomplishment around this golf course – not just one day, but back-to-back,” Fowler said. “So pleased with how I’ve managed my game.”

In his first start since he lost a two-shot lead with two holes left at the Phoenix Open, Fowler put himself right back in position to win.

Fowler was at 8-under 132, one shot ahead of Jimmy Walker, who finished his round of 66 with a 25-foot birdie on the 17th and a 40-foot eagle putt on No. 18. Sergio Garcia, playing with Fowler, stayed with him until the final four holes. Garcia had a 69 and was two shots behind.

Adam Scott also played bogey-free in wind that was slightly calmer and in warmer weather. He holed a 10-foot eagle putt on the third hole and two-putted for birdie on his final hole for a 65 that left him three shots behind.

PGA Tour officials said Jason Bohn suffered a mild attack after the second round.

Bohn complained of chest pains after his round and went to see a medical staff. He was taken by ambulance to Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center, where tests revealed a mild heart attack.

Bohn, 42, made the cut at 3-over 143 but withdrew from the tournament. He was in stable condition and was staying in the hospital overnight until more tests Saturday.

Bohn is a two-time winner on the PGA Tour and is No. 71 in the world.

LPGA: Defending champion Amy Yang carded a 3-under 69 to take a one-shot lead halfway through the LPGA Thailand.

Yang trailed first-round leader Lexi Thompson by two before teeing off at Siam Country Club, then had consecutive bogeys on Nos. 5 and 6, but she rallied with four birdies to move to 9 under, one shot ahead of fellow South Korean Q Baek (71) and Americans Jessica Korda (66) and Thompson (72).

EUROPEAN TOUR: Peter Uihlein of the U.S. shot a 4-under 68 and was tied for the second-round lead with Brett Rumford at the Perth International in Australia, with former British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen a stroke behind.