Niagara Gazette — "I just want to play golf, hole by hole, shot by shot. I want to hit a good shot, good puts, and if it doesn't fall how I want, just move on."
Joining the two in tomorrow's final pairing will be Beau Hossler, an 18-year-old Californian. He shot a 66 in round two, buoyed by a 31 on the back nine, and sits at 133 for the tournament.
Also in the race are Canada's Taylor Pendrith and Australia's Brady Watt, who sit at 135 and 136, respectively. They'll be joined by Florida's Peter Williamson (137) in a trio that will tee off 10 minutes before the leaders at 12:20 p.m. today
With two days left, there's plenty of time for movement atop the leaderboard.
"It's a 72-hold tournament and we're halfway there," Dunlap said. "There's going to be somebody who shoots 12-under on the weekend and there (are) people ... who aren't going to play as well.
"I'm just going to worry about playing the same way I've been playing these last few days, shot after shot, and just keep doing it."Follow Gazette sports reporter Mike Meiler on Twitter @mikemeiler for updates on your local teams.