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The Tour Report

June 17 2010

1:02 PM

Frost leads 50-and-over set

So far David Frost is the low Champions Tour player at the U.S. Open.

The South African, who turned 50 last September, has just made birdie on the 14th and 15th holes to move to 1 under – just two strokes off the lead help by Soren Kjeldsen, who is making the turn.

Frost nearly won the first Champions Tour major – losing to Tom Lehman in a playoff at the Senior PGA Championship last month. It was his third top-10 in his last five starts.

Frost has played in 13 previous U.S. Opens, but this is his first since 2002. He has missed his last seven cuts in the major but could change that this week.