PHOENIX — Defending champion Paul Goydos took a one-stroke lead Saturday in the Champions Tour's season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship.
Goydos, a first-round co-leader, shot 5-under 66 to reach 12-under 130 at Phoenix Country Club.
"This golf course doesn't hide where it wants you to hit the ball," he said. "You kind of follow the line of the trees and you'll be okay. I mean, you need to drive it good."
Lee Janzen, also a first-round co-leader, was second after 67. Kevin Sutherland (63) and Billy Mayfair (65) were 10 under.
Vijay Singh, the other first-round co-leader, shot 72 and was 6 under.
Bernhard Langer, trying to sweep the three playoff events and win the season points title for the fourth straight year and fifth overall, was 3 under after 68.
PGA: Rickie Fowler and Patrick Rodgers had to wait out a five-hour rain delay just to resume their second round in the OHL Classic at Mayakoba in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Fowler shot 4-under 67 and Rodgers 65 to share the lead at 10-under 132 with Patton Kizzire, who hadn't hit a shot since Friday. The last three groups didn't have enough light to even start the third round, leaving them a 36-hole finish today. But more thunderstorms were in the forecast for the rain-plagued event.
LPGA: Shanshan Feng shot 2-under 70 in the final round to win the Blue Bay tournament by one stroke in Hainan, China. With the win, Feng is projected to become the first top-ranked golfer, male or female, from China. Feng, who finished at 9-under 279, became the first back-to-back winner of 2017. Moriya Jutanugarn (70) finished second.
PGA Europe: A bogey-free 5-under 67 gave Scott Jamieson a 1-shot lead heading into the final round of the Nedbank Golf Challenge at Sun City, South Africa. Jamieson, at 8-under 208, edged ahead of second-round leader Victor Dubuisson (71) in the penultimate event in the Race to Dubai.