Mark O'Meara took double bogey on the 18th hole and handed Lanny Wadkins a one-shot lead after yesterday's second round of the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic in Williamsburg.
"I played the round I wanted to. I was only displeased with one shot," said O'Meara, the first-round co-leader now at 10-under-par 132 for two tours of Kingsmill's 6,790-yard layout.
O'Meara had been on track for a 66, matching the round earlier in the day that got Wadkins -- ending a five-week layoff to play in his home Virginia -- to 131. Instead O'Meara hooked his drive on the 438-yard 18th into a pond and took a 6 for 68.
Kingsmill resident Curtis Strange shot 67 and Scott Verplank 64 to share third at 133.
Mike Sullivan, who opened with a 79, made the cut with a course-record 62. Marylander Webb Heintzelman just missed, 72 -- 142. . . .
Gary Player posted 67 for the first-round lead in the Northville Long Island Classic seniors tournament. . . . JoAnne Carner, winner of 42 LPGA events but none in the last five years, shot 67 to share the first-round lead with Tina Tombs Purtzer in the Jamie Farr Toledo Classic.