Birmingham, AL (Sports Network) - Bill Glasson is entering uncharted territory
through two rounds of the Tradition, the second major of the year on the
Glasson carded a three-under 69 in Friday's second round to finish 36 holes at
The 52-year-old never won a major on the PGA Tour and in just over two seasons
on the Champions Tour, Glasson hasn't finished better than tied for sixth in a
He posted back-to-back subpar rounds for the fourth time in seven majors on
the senior circuit. Though in his previous six majors on the Champions Tour,
he has finished in red figures just two times.
Russ Cochran, the reigning Senior British Open champ, posted a four-under 68
to move into second place at minus-seven at Shoal Creek.
Defending champion Tom Lehman carded his second straight three-under 69 to
move into a share of third place at six-under-par 138. He was joined there by
Jeff Sluman (68), Brad Bryant (69) and two-time champion Fred Funk (71)
Dan Forsman, who shared the first-round lead with Glasson, stumbled to a one-
over 73 that dropped him into a share of seventh at minus-five. He stands
alongside Bernhard Langer, who shot 71 on Friday.
MORE TO FOLLOW.
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