BETHESDA, Md. — Jon Rahm and Billy Hurley III shared Quicken Loans National lead, three strokes ahead of Vijay Singh going into the weekend at Congressional.

Playing together again Friday, Rahm and Hurley went shot-for-shot and to reach 11 under. Hurley, a Naval Academy graduate who lives in nearby Annapolis, shot a 6-under 65, and Rahm bogeyed the 18th hole for a 67 in his second round as a professional. He led Thursday after a 64.

“I couldn’t be happier,” Rahm said. “(Thursday) was a great round and after a great round usually it’s hard to follow it. To play golf the way I did today, I’m really proud of myself.”

Rahm and Hurley will play in the final group Saturday at Congressional, just behind Singh, who was alone at 8 under after a 66. Four-time major champ Ernie Els (69) was 7 under along with Webb Simpson (68), Bill Haas (69) and Harold Varner III (69).

EUROPEAN TOUR: Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand shot a day best 8 under 64 to join Raphael Jacquelin and Henrik Stenson at the top of the leaderboard after the second round of the BMW International Open in Pulheim, Germany.

Aphibarnrat had seven birdies and an eagle on the par-5 No. 13 in his late charge as the three leaders finished at 11 under.

Jacquelin of France shot 4 under, while Stenson was 7 under for the day despite still being bothered by a right-knee injury. The Swede won the event in 2006 and was runner-up the last two seasons.

Masters champion Danny Willett missed the cut after shooting 2 under.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Gene Sauers rebounded from a bulging disk to share the first-round lead with Estaban Toledo in the American Family Insurance Championship in Madison, Wisconsin.

Sauers matched Toledo with a 9-under 63 at University Ridge. Sauers withdrew from the Constellation Senior Players Championship two weeks ago in Pennsylvania because of the disk problem.

LPGA: Japan’s Ayako Uehara matched the course record with a 9-under 62 to take the first-round lead in the LPGA Tour’s NW Arkansas Championship in Rogers, Arkansas.

Uehara needed only 25 putts in her bogey-free round.

Taiwan’s Candie Kung had a 64, and 13 players shot 65.

Top-ranked Lydia Ko opened with a 66, and Stacy Lewis had a 67.