PARAMUS, N.J. » Jason Day had three late birdies in a 4-under 67 yesterday, giving him a one-stroke lead after two rounds in The Barclays.
Nine players had at least a share of the lead at some point during the second round until Day’s late surge. He was at 8-under 134, one shot clear of Kevin Streelman (63) and Vaughn Taylor (70) going into the weekend of the FedEx Cup’s first playoff event.
Tiger Woods missed a 20-inch par putt on the fifth hole and wound up with a 73, eight shots worse than his opening round. He’s four strokes off the pace.
Castle grad Dean Wilson shot a 1-over 72 and missed the cut.
Price leads Boeing Classic
Nick Price birdied the first four holes and five of the last seven to match the lowest score in tournament history and take the lead with a 9-under 63 in the first round of the Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic in Snoqualmie, Wash.
Tom Pernice Jr. was two shots back after a 64, and Hal Sutton and Bernhard Langer were tied for third after shooting 66s.
Two share Walker llead
Gary Boyd and David Lynn of England and Julien Guerrier of France were tied for the lead at 9-under 135 after the second round of the Johnnie Walker Championship in Glen Eagles, Scotland.
Guerrier shot a 5-under 67 yesterday, while Boyd and Lynn had 68s.
Three players were two shots back at 137.