POTOMAC, Md. — Beau Hossler, who has been hanging around the lead on the weekend in search of his first PGA Tour victory, gets another chance at the Quicken Loans National.

So does Tiger Woods.

Hossler, a 23-year-old in his first full year on the tour, birdied four of his last five holes and finished with a 35-foot birdie putt for a 4-under 66, giving him a share of the lead with Ryan Armour and Brian Gay.

Armour (65) and Gay (64) each made short birdies on the par-3 ninth hole to finish their rounds and tie for the lead.

Woods finished a steamy morning with two pars that felt just as big. On a day in which he made seven birdies – all but two of them from 15 feet or longer – Woods didn’t let a good round go to waste at the end, saving par from the bunker on the eighth and ninths holes for a 65. That matched his low of the year and left him four shots out, the closest going into the weekend since he was two shots back at the Valspar Championship.

“I’m not that far back,” Woods said. “The scores aren’t going to be that low and it’s going to be a tough weekend. It will be over 100 degrees and it will be a long weekend mentally and physically. I’m in a good position now.”

Woods was among 20 players separated by four shots going into the weekend that is expected to be hot as ever along the Potomac River.

The course rated the fourth-toughest on the PGA Tour schedule last year behind only three majors, though the greens have remained mostly receptive even under a blistering sun.

CHAMPIONS: Jerry Kelly took a one-shot lead over Miguel Angel Jimenez into the weekend in the U.S. Senior Open at Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Kelly chipped in for birdie on No. 18 to highlight his round of 1-under 69. He was at 5 under at the halfway point and will play Saturday in the final pairing with Jimenez, who was in the group with Kelly the first two days, as well.

Jimenez is hoping to add this senior major to the Regions Tradition he won last month. He shot a bogey-free round of 68, hitting 17 greens in regulation but sinking only a pair of birdie putts on the Broadmoor’s tricky greens.

Another shot back was Tim Petrovic, whose 65 was the best round of the day.

LPGA: Lydia Ko surged into contention at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, shooting a 6-under 66 in the second round at Kildeer, Illinois, to move two strokes off the lead.

The 21-year-old New Zealander shook off a rough first round to reach 4 under and give herself a good shot to win her third major.

First-round leader Sung Hyun Park (72), 2016 winner Brooke Henderson (71) and So Yeon Ryu (69) were tied for the lead at 6-under 138.

Carlota Ciganda (69) was one stroke back, with Ko, Moriya Jutanugarn (72) and Annie Park (69) at 4 under in the third of the LPGA Tour’s five majors.

Michelle Wie (74) was 1 over. Top-ranked Inbee Park (76) missed the cut at 5 over 149.

EUROPEAN: Marcus Kinhult of Sweden carded a 6-under 65 to seize a two-shot lead at the halfway stage of the French Open at Paris.

Kinhult, who started his campaign Thursday with four straight bogeys, produced an eagle, six birdies and two dropped strokes in the second round to finish with a 6-under total of 136, two clear of Chris Wood of England (68).

“It’s a position I have never been in before so we’ll see,” the 21-year-old Kinhult said. He’s playing in only his 31st European Tour event.

Jon Rahm of Spain (69) and overnight leader Bradley Dredge of Wales (72), who ended his round with two bogeys, were tied for third on 139.