Golf Roundup : Massey New Leader After a 66
Debbie Massey’s six-under-par 66 vaulted her into the second-round lead in the $250,000 LPGA Lady Keystone Open golf tournament Saturday at Hershey, Pa.
Massey had seven birdies and one bogey on the 6,348-yard West Course of the Hershey Country Club.
She had a 36-hole total of 138, one stroke better than Nancy Scranton and Sherri Turner.
Scranton also shot a 66. Turner, who had started the round tied for second with Kathy Baker behind Cindy Rarick, had a 70.
Defending champion Juli Inkster posted her second straight 70 and was tied for third place in the 54-hole tournament with Cindy Hill and Alice Miller at 140.
Rarick, who had a first-round 68, including a nine-hole tournament record of 29, shot a 77 and dropped out of contention.
Scott Hoch and Clarence Rose shared the lead at 196 after three rounds of the $300,000 Provident tournament at Chattanooga, Tenn.
Rose, a two-time runner-up this season, birdied the 18th hole to finish a round of five-under-par 65. Hoch, a three-time winner on the PGA Tour since 1980, shot a 66.