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Golf: Slocum, Langley tied for lead at Wyndham
Golf » Four others are tied one stroke back, at 9 under.
First Published Aug 15 2014 08:23 pm • Last Updated Aug 15 2014 11:15 pm

Greensboro, N.C. • Heath Slocum needs a strong finish at the Wyndham Championship to earn a spot in the PGA Tour’s postseason.

Scott Langley might not be on the playoff bubble — but he sure knows how his friend is feeling.

At a glance

Friday’s scores

Wyndham Championship

At Sedgefield Country Club

Greensboro, N.C.

Purse » $5.3 million

Yardage » 7,127; Par » 70

Second-round leaders

Heath Slocum 65-65—130 -10

Scott Langley 65-65—130 -10

Brian Stuard 66-65—131 -9

Nick Watney 67-64—131 -9

Martin Laird 65-66—131 -9

Andrew Svoboda 67-64—131 -9

Bo Van Pelt 67-65—132 -8

D.A. Points 67-65—132 -8

Camilo Villegas 63-69—132 -8

Carl Pettersson 67-65—132 -8

Jhonattan Vegas 67-65—132 -8

William McGirt 64-68—132 -8

Freddie Jacobson 68-64—132 -8

Ryo Ishikawa 70-62—132 -8

Brad Fritsch 69-63—132 -8

Webb Simpson 64-69—133 -7

Brandt Snedeker 68-65—133 -7

Andrew Loupe 65-68—133 -7

Johnson Wagner 66-67—133 -7

Kevin Kisner 69-64—133 -7

Paul Casey 65-69—134 -6

Shawn Stefani 67-67—134 -6

Scott Piercy 70-64—134 -6

Bill Haas 68-66—134 -6

Tim Clark 67-67—134 -6

Brian Davis 69-65—134 -6

Will Wilcox 67-67—134 -6

Steve Marino 66-69—135 -5

Ben Curtis 68-67—135 -5

Justin Bolli 67-68—135 -5

Billy Horschel 70-65—135 -5

Robert Streb 69-66—135 -5

Ricky Barnes 66-69—135 -5

Michael Putnam 68-67—135 -5

Jason Allred 69-66—135 -5

Michael Thompson 70-66—136 -4

Steven Bowditch 66-70—136 -4

Charlie Wi 70-66—136 -4

Francesco Molinari 69-67—136 -4

J.J. Henry 66-70—136 -4

David Toms 67-69—136 -4

Joe Durant 69-67—136 -4

Josh Teater 67-69—136 -4

Robert Garrigus 68-68—136 -4

Brooks Koepka 68-68—136 -4

Andres Romero 70-66—136 -4

Ernie Els 68-69—137 -3

Derek Ernst 68-69—137 -3

Y.E. Yang 69-68—137 -3

Jeff Overton 70-67—137 -3

Doug LaBelle II 72-65—137 -3

Richard Sterne 69-68—137 -3

David Lingmerth 67-70—137 -3

Roberto Castro 71-66—137 -3

Stuart Appleby 68-69—137 -3

Sang-Moon Bae 69-68—137 -3

John Merrick 70-67—137 -3

Kevin Foley 69-68—137 -3

Peter Malnati 70-67—137 -3

Bobby Wyatt 67-70—137 -3

LPGA Championship

At Monroe Golf Club

Pittsford, N.Y.

Purse » $2.25 million

Yardage » 6,720; Par » 72

Second-round leaders

Brittany Lincicome 67-68 — 135 -9

Inbee Park 72-66 — 138 -6

Lexi Thompson 66-72 — 138 -6

Lydia Ko 70-69 — 139 -5

Jane Park 70-69 — 139 -5

Meena Lee 66-73 — 139 -5

Julieta Granada 75-65 — 140 -4

Suzann Pettersen 71-69 — 140 -4

Jennifer Johnson 70-70 — 140 -4

Beatriz Recari 70-70 — 140 -4

Mirim Lee 69-71 — 140 -4

Shanshan Feng 68-72 — 140 -4

Gerina Piller 72-69 — 141 -3

Azahara Munoz 71-70 — 141 -3

Paula Reto 70-71 — 141 -3

Na Yeon Choi 74-68 — 142 -2

Mo Martin 72-70 — 142 -2

Kristy McPherson 71-71 — 142 -2

Tiffany Joh 70-72 — 142 -2

Eun-Hee Ji 69-73 — 142 -2

Ilhee Lee 69-73 — 142 -2

Anna Nordqvist 69-73 — 142 -2

Cristie Kerr 68-74 — 142 -2

Lisa McCloskey 67-75 — 142 -2

Champions Tour

At En-Joie Golf Club

Endicott, N.Y.

Purse » $1.85 million

Yardage » 6,957; Par » 72 (37-35)

Second-round leaders

Olin Browne 35-30 — 65 -7

John Cook 33-32 — 65 -7

Steve Lowery 31-35 — 66 -6

David Frost 33-33 — 66 -6

Bart Bryant 33-33 — 66 -6

Doug Garwood 35-32 — 67 -5

Dick Mast 34-33 — 67 -5

Ben Bates 34-33 — 67 -5

John Riegger 36-31 — 67 -5

Sandy Lyle 32-35 — 67 -5

Woody Austin 32-35 — 67 -5

Scott Dunlap 37-30 — 67 -5

Tommy Armour III 35-32 — 67 -5

Jeff Sluman 34-33 — 67 -5

Bernhard Langer 35-32 — 67 -5

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Slocum and Langley each shot 5-under 65 for the second straight day Friday to share the lead at 10-under 130.

Brian Stuard, Nick Watney, Martin Laird and Andrew Svoboda were a stroke back. Watney and Svoboda shot 64, Stuard had a 65 and Laird a 66.

Ryo Ishikawa had the best round of the day — a 62 that was one stroke off the course record and included six birdies on the back nine.

Since the tournament returned to Sedgefield Country Club in 2008, every two-day leader until now had been at 11 under or better.

In what’s become an annual rite of mid-August, the field is littered with players trying to prolong their seasons for at least one more week by cracking the top 125 on the points list and qualifying for the first round of the playoffs, which begin next week at The Barclays in New Jersey.

Langley isn’t one of them.

The second-year pro’s main concern is chasing his first PGA Tour victory.

He isn’t feeling quite as much stress as he did here last year, when he missed the cut yet squeaked into The Barclays at No. 124.


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"Last year, so much going through my head as a rookie, not knowing how to handle it," Langley said. "I was thinking a little too much about things that I really have no control over in terms of keeping my card, what other guys are doing. Lesson learned."

Langley ran off three straight birdies early in his round and closed with two in a row after putting both of his approach shots less than 6 feet from the stick.

LPGA Tour

Brittany Lincicome opened a three-stroke lead Friday in the wind-swept LPGA Championship in Pittsford, N.Y., the tour’s fourth major championship of the season.

The long-hitting Lincicome followed her opening 67 with a 68 to reach 9 under at Monroe Golf Club. She won the 2009 Kraft Nabisco for her lone major title and has five LPGA Tour victories.

Champions Tour

John Cook birdied the final two holes for a 7-under 65 and a share of the first-round lead with Olin Browne on Friday in the Champions Tour’s Dick’s Sporting Goods Open in Endicott, N.Y.

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