FORT WAYNE, Ind. Cameron Champ of Sacramento shot a 72 Friday to finish in second place, three strokes back of Robby Shelton of Wilmer, Ala., in the Junior PGA Championship.
The 16-year-old Shelton closed with a 70 to finish with a four-round total of 275, 13 under par. He had a course-record 64 Thursday.
Champ, a 17-year-old home-schooled junior, finished with a 278 total.
Said Shelton, who birdied the first two holes Friday: "I was able to pick up where I left off yesterday to start the round. I didn't really struggle until my bogey at the 11th."
He was tied with four holes left, but Champ had a triple bogey on the par-5 15th after driving into the water.
"Just had a bad hole. It kind of sealed the deal for me," Champ said. "I need to go back and learn from this and figure out what I need to do better the next time. It's a learning experience."
Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn retained her title in the girls division.
The 16-year-old Jutanugarn, a 10-stroke winner last year, birdied the last four holes at Sycamore Hills for a 5-under 67 and 14-under 274 total, three strokes better than 15-year-old Samantha Wagner of Windermere, Fla.
Casie Cathrea of Livermore was sixth with 284.
PGA Tour in Akron, Ohio Jim Furyk and Tiger Woods each carried momentum into the second round of the Bridgestone Invitational. That meant the best 36-hole score for Furyk in his PGA Tour career, and the worst start for Woods in nearly fourth months.
Furyk had another good day with the putter, making a few birdies early and saving par from the bunker four times on the back nine in the World Golf Championship tournament at Firestone for a 4-under 66 and a two-shot lead over Rafa Cabrera-Bello of Spain. Furyk was at 11-under 129, two shots clear of Cabrera-Bello, who had a 65.
Woods, a seven-time winner at Firestone, can't seem to get anything going. After shooting a 70 Thursday, he had a 72 Friday and was at 2-over 142, leaving him 13 shots behind on the course where he had never finished worse than fifth the first 11 times he played. It was his highest 36-hole score to par since his 3-over 145 start at the Masters.
Reno-Tahoe Open in Reno Alexandre Rocha had seven birdies and an eagle to take the second-round lead at the Montreux Golf and Country Club.
The 34-year-old Brazilian had 24 points in the modified Stableford scoring system that gives players eight points for a double eagle, five for an eagle, two for a birdie, zero for a par, minus-one for a bogey and minus-three for a double bogey or worse.
J.J. Henry had his second eagle of the tourney, and John Mallinger had six birdies to move into a tie for second at 22.
Champions Tour in Blaine, Minn. Gil Morgan, 65, shot his age for a share of the first-round lead in the 3M Championship. Chien Soon Lu, Steve Pate and Peter Senior also shot a 7-under 65 at the TPC Twin Cities.
On an ideal sunny day with a slight breeze, Morgan had seven birdies in his bogey-free round.