A round of 67 gives Lucas Glover a one-shot advantage over the field after the second round of the Zurich Classic in New Orleans.
Lucas Glover leads at the halfway stage of the Zurich Classic after recording a score of 67 for his second round in New Orleans.
The American carded eight birdies in an eventful round which took him to 12-under-par for the tournament to hold the slightest advantage over Boo Weekley.
DA Points was a shot further adrift on 10-under, while Morgan Hoffman remained in contention in fourth place on nine-under.
English duo Justin Rose and Brian Davis both recorded rounds of 69 to end the day on seven-under-par, while 14-year-old Guan Tianlang made the cut by shooting the same score.
The Chinese teenager was handed a wildcard for the tournament after he made the cut at The Masters two weeks ago.
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