Rogers would roll in four straight birdies on the back nine on the Sea Island Seaside Course on Saturday, enough for him to join Martin on 14 under for the tournament.
"I feel like I put together a tiny offseason with my coach, Jeff Smith," said Rogers, as per pgatour.com.
"We really put a good plan together. I've been feeling more comfortable. It's a hard game, and it's always nice to see hard work pay off."
The American duo are just one stroke ahead of a chasing trio consisting of Adam Svensson - who carded a round of the day 62 - Andrew Putnam and exciting rookie Sahith Theegala.
However, with no less than 23 players within four shots of the lead, Sunday is shaping up to be a spectacle on the Georgian seaside.
Theegala has enjoyed a superlative year on the PGA Tour, notching up six top-ten finishes, including a T2 at the Travelers Championship. Now, with just 18 holes left for the year, the Californian is eager to go out with a bang.
"You kind of want to leave with a good taste in your mouth," quipped the 24-year-old.