WEST DES MOINES, Iowa, May 31 (UPI) -- Nick Price, a three-time major winner and member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, took the second-round lead Saturday at The Principal Charity Classic.
Price, looking for his first senior title, had a 66 Saturday and was 6-under 136 and is one ahead of six other players after 36 holes.
Price has not won since joining the Champions Tour last year. His best finish was a tie for second at this year's FedEx Kinko's Classic.
"My game wasn't in good shape when I came out here," Price said. "I look forward to tomorrow. On the back, if I get in the hunt, I'll feel the same apprehensions as before."
Defending champion Jay Haas, who won the Senior PGA Championship last week, had a 3-under 68 and is tied for eighth with Mark O'Meara (66), Mike Hulbert (69), Tom Purtzer (71) and Joey Sindelar (71) at 4-under 138.