Jim Furyk is in position to join the short list of players who turned 50 then won in their first senior appearance.
Furyk shot 66 on Saturday at Warwick Hills and is a shot behind Brett Quigley going into Sunday’s finale at that Ally Challenge.
Quigley, the Schwab Cup points leader, shot 64 and stands alone atop the scoreboard at 11-under par.
He’ll have more players than Furyk pursuing him over the final 18. Carlos Franco’s 64 got him to 10-under and Tommy Armour III added 68 to his opening 66 to join the 10-under trio.
Daniel Kang Drives-On Through Rain At Inverness:
Daniel Kang found the going pretty easy on Friday at historic Inverness on her way to 66 and the first round lead at the Drive-On Championship.
On Saturday, things got testy in Toledo as rain fell for most of the day, making scoring difficult on the classic course.
Kang was seven shots worse but still managed to keep a share of the 36-hole lead after shooting 73.
She’s in at five-under par along with Jodi Ewart Shadoff and Celine Boutier.
American Sarah Schmetzel (72-69) and Japan’s Yui Kawamoto (70-71) were tied at three-under.
Nelly Korda, America’s top-ranked player at No. 2 in the world, hasn’t had her best after rounds of 76-74 left her at six-over par and she survived the 36-hole cut, which came at six-over.
No. 9 Lexi Thompson got it around in even par 72 on Saturday and is tied for 19th at one-over.
Horsfield Leads At Hero Open:
England’s Sam Horsfield wasn’t as sharp as he was on Friday when he shot 63 at the Forest of Arden course outside Southhampton, but he still managed to hang on to the 54-hole lead at the Hero Open.
Horsfield is in at 14-under after shooting 71 on Saturday. He was a shot in front of Oliver Farr (67), Mikko Korhonen (67) and 19-year-old rising star Rasmus Hojgaard (66) from Denmark.
Sebastian Garcia Rodriguez who stormed to an opening 62 then followed it up with a 69 on Friday, fell two shots off the lead with 73 on moving day.