Veteran Vijay Singh fired a six-under 66 on Friday to pull into the lead at this week's BMW Championship.
Singh will turn 50 next year, making him eligible for the Champions Tour. Yet, through two rounds, the Fijian has managed an eagle, 13 birdies, and two bogeys.
His total score of 13 under par is one stroke better than those of Ryan Moore, Rory McIlroy, and Tiger Woods, all of whom are currently at 12 under.
Singh won the 2008 FexEx Cup, and has not won an event all year.
Moore, McIlroy, and Woods are just ahead of Lee Westwood and Bo Van Pelt at 10 under and Seung-Yul Noh and Graham DeLaet at nine under par.
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