Cameron Beckman arrived at the Byron Nelson Championship yesterday in jeopardy of missing the cut. He left in first place.

Beckman tied the TPC Four Seasons course record - and set a personal best - with a 61 in the second round in the PGA Tour event in Irving, Texas.

He's at 10-under 130, tied for the lead with rookie Blake Adams. First round co-leader Jason Day is alone at 131.

Adams, a 34-year-old rookie who spent the last 3 years on the Nationwide Tour, was part of a cluster at the top after the first round, piled up six birdies on his way to a 64.

The rest of the leaderboard includes 16-year-old Jordan Spieth, a local high school junior who became the sixth-youngest player ever to make the cut at a PGA event. He's at 3-under.

Spieth is the reigning U.S. Junior Amateur Champion and just last weekend won a state high school title.

"I feel like I played better than my score showed today," said Spieth, who already has accepted a sponsor's invitation to play the PGA event in Memphis, June 10-13.

Steve Elkington, 47, who got in when someone else withdrew Sunday, has shot consecutive 66s and is two strokes off the lead.

In other tournaments:

* Michelle Wie easily advanced to the round of 16 in the Sybase Match Play Championship in Gladstone, N.J., beating Hee Young Park, 5 and 4. Others advancing included Kraft Nabisco winner Yani Tseng, Karine Icher, Jiyai Shin and Morgan Pressel.

* Luke Donald shot a second straight 3-under 68 to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth, England, the biggest PGA event in Europe. Ross Fisher, Danny Willett and James Kingston were a shot back.

* High school sophomore Grayson Murray, 16, made it to the weekend at the Rex Hospital Open in Raleigh N.C., with a 3-under 139, becoming the second-youngest player to make the cut at a Nationwide Tour event. John Riegger leads with a 12-under 130.

* Purdue held off Southern California to win its first NCAA women's team championship by one stroke, while Caroline Hedwall, of Oklahoma State, shot a 68 to win the individual title by four shots in Wilmington, N.C. *