LAS VEGAS — Rod Pampling followed an opening 11-under 60 with a 68 on Friday to keep the lead in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.

The 47-year-old Australian rebounded from two early bogeys to get to 14-under 128 at TPC Summerlin. He won the last of his two PGA Tour titles in 2006 at Bay Hill.

Brooks Koepka had two eagles in a 67 to pull within a stroke. He won the Phoenix Open last year for his first tour title and was 3-1 in the United States’ Ryder Cup victory over Europe.

Aaron Wise was two shots back at 12 under with four holes left when play was suspended because of darkness. He eagled the par-5 13th and 16th on his front nine.

Pampling bogeyed two of his first five holes, failing to get up-and-down from a greenside bunker on the par-4 11th and from the rough over the green on the par-3 14th. He rebounded with birdies on four of the next seven holes, birdied the par-4 seventh, three-putted the par-3 eighth for bogey and two-putted for a closing birdie on the par-5 ninth.

Koepka eagled the par-5 ninth and 16th, and had five birdies and five bogeys – the last a three-putt from the fringe on the par-4 18th to drop out of the lead.

Chez Reavie had the round of the day to make the cut, shooting a 61 after opening with a 76.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Bernhard Langer shot a 5-under 67 in his return from a left knee injury, and Tom Byrum had a 65 to take the Dominion Charity Classic lead in Richmond, Virginia.

Langer missed the PGA Tour Champions’ playoff opener last week in California after re-aggravating the injury at home doing routine spinning.

LPGA: Ariya Jutanugarn chipped in for birdie on the final hole for a 6-under 66 and a share of the lead in the TOTO Japan Classic in Tokyo.

Jutanugarn birdied six of the last 11 holes in a bogey-free round to join Soo-Yun Kang atop the first-round leaderboard. The 20-year-old Thai star leads the LPGA Tour with five victories and has a 13-point lead over Lydia Ko in the player of the year standings.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Denmark’s Thorbjorn Olesen shot a course-record 9-under 62 to take a six-stroke lead after the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open.