Nate Lashley fired six birdies on Friday, and he holds a one-shot lead over Cameron Champ at the midway point of the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit.

Lashley shot a 5-under 67 to follow his opening-round 63. He had one bogey Friday at Detroit Golf Club — his only one in two rounds — and sits at 14-under 130.

“It was a real solid round,” Lashley told PGA.com after the round. “I hit the ball nice, I hit a lot of fairways, I hit a lot of greens. I had a lot of opportunities and I hit some of them and missed some of them. But overall, 5 under is a really good day and I’m pleased with my round.”

The 36-year-old Lashley is seeking his first career victory. He is ranked 353rd in the world.

Champ eagled the par-5 seventh hole after birdieing each of the previous five holes. He finished with seven birdies and two bogeys while carding a 65.

Charles Howell III is two shots off the pace after shooting a 67. Howell had six birdies and one bogey.

Ryan Armour and J.T. Poston are three shots behind. Poston recorded 10 birdies and one bogey while shooting a 63, the low score of the day, and Armour had five birdies and two bogeys while compiling a 69.

Champ shot a 28 on the front nine to match the PGA Tour’s lowest front-nine score of the season before dropping off on the back nine.

The 24-year-old Champ has one PGA Tour victory, at the 2018 Sanderson Farms Championship.

Six shots off the pace are Rickie Fowler and Patrick Reed, who both shot 68s in each of the first two rounds.

Among those missing the cut were current U.S. Open champion Gary Woodland and 2016 U.S. Open champ Dustin Johnson. Both shot 2-under 142, three shots off the cut.

Woodland had eight birdies and five bogeys while shooting a 69 to follow up a first-round 73. Johnson had six birdies and five bogeys while shooting his second straight 71.

“I made a lot of birdies today,” Woodland told reporters of his Friday round. “I felt a lot better today. Yesterday, I think I was a little hyped up.

“Today was much more under control, I just was a little off with the game. It’s frustrating not to play well.”

Chez Reavie also missed the cut (65-78--143) after winning the Travelers Championship last Sunday. Bubba Watson also failed to make it to the weekend after posting the same scores as Reavie.