San Antonio, TX (SportsNetwork.com) – Marco Dawson posted a 5-under 67 in the
second round Saturday and he moved one stroke clear of the field after two
rounds of the AT&T Championship.
Dawson, a tour rookie, finished 36 holes at 12-under-par 132. He will go for
his first Champions Tour win on Sunday.
Woody Austin fired a 7-under 65 and jumped into second place at minus-11. Wes
Short, Jr. posted his second straight 67 and is alone in third place at 10-
Last week’s winner Jay Haas shot 4-under 68. He joined Michael Allen (65) and
Sea Island, GA (SportsNetwork.com) – Will Mackenzie carded a 5-under 65 in
Saturday’s third round and he moved into a share of the lead at The McGladrey
Mackenzie was joined at 12-under-par 198 by Andrew Svoboda, who posted a 4-
under 66 on Saturday. Mackenzie will go for his third tour title on Sunday,
while Svoboda is searching for his first PGA Tour win.
Second-round leader Russell Henley managed a 2-under 68 in round three. He
dipped into third place at minus-11 on the Seaside Course at Sea Island
Stewart Cink fired a 7-under 63, the low continue
Perth, Australia (SportsNetwork.com) – Thorbjorn Olesen fired a 5-under 67
in Saturday’s third round to take a 3-shot lead into the final day of the ISPS
Handa Perth International.
Olesen, who held the first-round lead along with Australian John Wade,
finished 54 holes at 16-under-par 200, three shots ahead of Sihwan Kim. Olesen
has one win on the European Tour, which came at the 2012 Sicilian Open.
“It’s been a couple of years since I won, so definitely I’ll feel the nerves,”
said Olesen. “I’ve continue
San Antonio, TX (SportsNetwork.com) – John Cook and Marco Dawson both fired 7-
under 65s on Friday and they share the lead after the opening round of the
Cook, who won this event in 2007 and 2008, earned his 10th Champions Tour win
earlier this year at Pebble Beach, while Dawson is looking for his first tour
Scott Dunlap is alone in third place at minus-6 on the AT&T Canyons Course at
TPC San Antonio.
Jay Haas, the 2005 champion, and Kirk Triplett, who has shared fifth and third
the last two years here, opened with continue
Sea Island, GA (SportsNetwork.com) – Russell Henley fired a 7-under 63 on
Friday and he moved one stroke clear of the field after 36 holes of The
Henley, one of seven former University of Georgia golfers to win on the PGA
Tour last season, finished two rounds at 9-under-par 131.
Brian Harman, who shared the first-round lead with Erik Compton, Will
Mackenzie and Michael Thompson, carded a 3-under 67 in round two. Harman was
joined in second place at 8-under-par 132 by Brendon de Jonge (64) and Andrew
MacKenzie managed a 2-under 68 on the continue