AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- Wayne Levi never finished in the top 10 of a major championship during his days on the PGA Tour.
In his very first major as a senior, he's halfway to winning one.
The 50-year-old Levi had an up-and-down round that included six birdies and four bogeys, but his 68 gave him a one-stroke lead Friday through two rounds of the Senior PGA Championship.
"If you're going to win one, this is probably the one to win," said Levi, the 1990 PGA Tour player of the year after winning four times.
Levi's 3-under-par 137 total was the highest since 1990 to lead the tournament through two rounds.
"There's a lot of tough holes out there," Levi said.
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