According to the Champions Tour website, there is a three way tie for the lead after the second round of the 2014 Shaw Charity Classic at the Canyon Meadows Golf and Country Club in Calgary on Saturday. Bob Tway, Joe Durant and Joe Daley are tied for the lead at -10.
Tway, the 1986 PGA Championship winner, was seven under par for round two. The native of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma had an eagle on the 11th hole that helped him jump from -3 to -5 on his second round card and -6 to -8 for the tournament.
Durant, a native of Pensacola, Florida, was a -4 on Saturday after going -6 on Friday. Durant, who is a rookie on the Champions Tour after turning 50 years of age on April 7, was a four time winner on the PGA Tour. His wins came at the 1998 Western Open, 2001 Bob Hope Classic, the 2001 Genuity Championship and the 2006 FUNAI Classic at Walt Disney World.
Daley, like Durant shot a four under par. A native of Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, Daley is looking for his second Champions Tour victory. He previously won the 2012 Constellation Seniors Players Championship, which is a major on the Champions Tour. Daley posted a winning score of -14 to beat Tom Lehman at the Fox Chapel Golf Club in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
American Gary Hallberg, South African David Frost and Irishman Mark McNulty are one stroke back at -9. Americans Tom Pernice Jr., Woody Austin and Doug Garwood, along with German superstar Bernhard Langer are two strokes back at-8. The list at -7 who are three strokes off the lead are Mark Mouland of Wales, and Americans Billy Andrade, Paul Goydos, Steve Lowery and Bart Bryant. Unlike PGA Tour events which are 72 holes, most Champions Tour events are 54 holes. The top Canadian is Rod Spittle of St. Catharines, Ontario, who is at -3 and is 36th place.