CROMWELL, Conn. — Nineteen-year-old UCLA star Patrick Cantlay shot a course-record 10-under 60 — the lowest PGA Tour round ever by an amateur — to take a four-stroke lead Friday in the Travelers Championship.

CROMWELL, Conn. — Nineteen-year-old UCLA star Patrick Cantlay shot a course-record 10-under 60 — the lowest PGA Tour round ever by an amateur — to take a four-stroke lead Friday in the Travelers Championship.

The low amateur last week in the U.S. Open, Cantlay tied the tournament record set by Tommy Bolt when the event was played in Wethersfield in 1954.

Cantlay birdied the final two holes at TPC River Highlands to reach 13 under. After shooting a 67 on Friday morning in the rain-delayed first round, he had eight birdies and an eagle in the afternoon.

LPGA Championship

At Pittsford, N.Y., top-ranked Yani Tseng shot a 2-under 70 to take a one-stroke lead over Pat Hurst after the second round of the LPGA Championship, the tour's second major of the year.

Battling a torrential downpour then a steady drizzle for nearly half her first nine holes, Tseng followed her first-round-best 66 with a grinding performance that put her at 8 under overall. She won the LPGA State Farm Classic two weeks ago for her second LPGA Tour victory of the year.

Dick's Sporting Goods Open

At Endicott, N.Y., John Huston and Mark Wiebe shot 7-under 65s to share the lead after the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.

Ronnie Black and Nick Price were tied for third at 6 under, and Steve Lowery, Hal Sutton, John Cook and Peter Jacobsen were 5 under.

BMW International Open

At Munich, South Africa's George Coetzee birdied four of his last six holes for his second straight 5-under 67 and a share of the lead with Henrik Stenson in the BMW International Open.

Stenson followed his opening 64 with a 70 to match Coetzee at 10 under.