Bart Bryant shot a 10-under 62 on Saturday to take the second-round lead in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.
Bryant, a rookie on the Champions Tour, took advantage of another serene day at En-Joie Golf Club, making six birdies in his first seven holes to surge past first-round leader Kenny Perry. Bryant was at 16-under 128, a 36-hole record for the tournament, four shots ahead of Corey Pavin.
Pavin had a 64. Duffy Waldorf was 11 under after a 65, and Rick Fehr and Russ Cochran were 10 under. Fehr and Cochran shot 67. Perry was eight strokes back at 8 under after a 71.