Duluth, GA (Sports Network) - Esteban Toledo carded a 2-under 70 on Saturday
and moved ahead by a single stroke through two rounds of the Greater Gwinnett
Toledo was tied for second place at the end of the first round, which
concluded Saturday morning due to Friday's four-hour rain delay. He then
carded three birdies against a single bogey to jump ahead at 6-under 138
through 36 holes.
Bernhard Langer, the tour points leader, charged up the leaderboard and into a
share of second place with a 6-under 66 at TPC Sugarloaf. He is tied with
Roger Chapman (68), Tom Pernice Jr. (68) and Mark Calcavecchia (71) at 5-
First-round leader Michael Allen shot 73 and fell into a tie for sixth place
with Gene Sauers (68) at 4-under. Champions Tour rookie Bart Bryant (73)
and Andrew Magee (71) are knotted in eighth place at minus-3. The 50-year old
Bryant was out of golf for three years due to surgeries on his left wrist
in 2010 and 2011.
More to follow.
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