Wind or no, Marc Leishman likes his chances at the AT&T Byron Nelson after breaking the 36-hole record previously shared by Tiger Woods.
Hometown star Jordan Spieth really wants it to blow.
Leishman followed the best round of his PGA Tour career with a 5-under 66 at the new Trinity Forest course Friday, reaching the halfway point at 15-under 127 for a one-shot lead over 21-year-old rookie Aaron Wise — and keeping Spieth eight back on the links-style layout where the Dallas native is a member.
Maybe Spieth isn't the only one who feels at home.
"This course has got a real Australian feel to it," said Leishman, the 34-year-old Aussie who opened...