Weather: Sunny and pleasant with highs ranging a low of 33 in the morning to the low 80s in the afternoon. Winds were from WSW at 10-15 mph.
• The last time D.A. Weibring held sole possession of the lead after two rounds came at the 2007 3M Championship where he held a one-stroke margin over Jim Thorpe. He went on to birdie the final three holes to overtake Jay Haas for a one-stroke victory.
• Current Charles Schwab Cup leader Bernhard Langer will begin weekend play trailing D.A. Weibring by four strokes. Langer has posted back-to-back 69s in his bid to win his third consecutive major championship to join Gary Player with that distinction.
• Fred Funk is a combined 42-under-par in his 14 rounds at the JELD-WEN Tradition. He is currently T3 after 36 holes.
• Hole No. 17 remains the most difficult hole after 36 holes. Tom Lehman was the lone player to make a birdie on the hole on Saturday and it came on a shot from the bunker. There were just three on Thursday. Overall, the average score has been 3.273 (+.273).
• Bob Tway matched the best birdie streak on the Champions Tour in 2010 when he ran off five straight on hole Nos. 11-15. He finished with a 5-under-par 67 and is T3. Dan Forsman was the last player to run off five straight birdies (Montreal Championship/second round).
• David Frost appeared to be on his way to a special round on Friday after shooting a 6-under-par 30 on the front side. However, Frost, who won the Champions Tour's most recent event (3M Championship) with a record-tying 25-under-par 191, finished with a 66 after making a double bogey six at No. 18. Frost's effort moved him up 34 spots from T48 to T14.
• Jay Haas posted the low round of the day, a 7-under-par 65, which allowed him to move up from T40 to T7.
• Thirty-five players posted sub-par rounds and 18 players shot rounds in the 60s. The second-round scoring average dropped from 71.894 to 71.803.
• Gil Morgan has the fewest putts after two rounds -- 47. Morgan came into the tournament ranked 66th in that category on the Champions Tour in 2010.
• Among the top eight players on the current leaderboard, seven of those own major titles on either the PGA TOUR or Champions Tour. Here is a rundown on their major titles.
• Russ Cochran had the lone eagle of the day on No. 18.