Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

Glover Grabs Two Stroke Lead in Bermuda

October 20, 2009 by Jeff Greenwell  
Filed under Golf

The final tournament of the season is underway in beautiful Bermuda, and after the first day U.S. Open champ Lucas Glover leads the way.  The PGA Grand Slam of Golf pits the four major tournament winners against each other to end the golf season.  Glover is competing against Masters winner Angel Cabrera, British Open victor Stewart Cink and PGA Championship winner Y.E. Yang.

Lucas Glover (Image: Zuma Press)

Lucas Glover (Image: Zuma Press)

The difference for Glover on this day was his red-hot putter.  The 29-year-old Yank nailed a 60-footer for birdie on the fourth hole, and followed that up with a 30-foot eagle on the 17th.  Glover finished the day with a 6-under 65, good for a two stroke advantage over Cink.

Cabrera carded a 1-under 70, while Yang finished with at even par.  Conditions at the Port Royal Golf Course on the island nation of Bermuda were breezy, to say the least.

Play continues through the weekend.

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