Three-way tie for lead after 36 holes at PGA Tour’s Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

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Justin Suh, Fabrizio Zanotti and Rafael Campos all share the 36-hole lead at the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship in the Dominican Republic.

Zanotti shot a 68 while Suh and Campos each fired 69s. All three are 7 under, one shot ahead of the field.

Suh, seeking his first PGA Tour win, knows there’s plenty of work still to do.

“We still have two more rounds, we still have the weekend and it’s not going to be easy just because the wind I think is going to keep coming in,” he said.

Suh finished tied for 14th last September in this event, his second-best finish on Tour.

“I’m excited for the opportunities ahead. We’ve got a good game plan going on, I’m hitting it great, I’ve just got to keep it going.”

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For Campos, this event is like a home game.

“I really do feel like I’m at home. This is my second home actually,” he said. “My family has had a house here for 20 years and anytime I come out here, play, whenever I’m in vacation mode, I actually come here to the Dominican Republic and stay here.”

Tyler Duncan and Joel Dahmen are tied for fourth, a shot back.

First-round leader Stephan Jaeger shot a 73, one day after he opened with a 66. He is among six golfers tied for sixth. Michael Gligic is in that group as well after he shot a 66, the low round of the day. Graeme McDowell is also in that group at 5 under.