CONOVER, N.C. (AP) — Kenny Perry may hold a commanding lead in the PGA Champions Tour points, but he's not ready to spend the $1 million bonus just yet.
Perry's goal for now is to win or finish strongly in the next three tournaments, beginning with this weekend's Greater Hickory Classic, which opens Friday on a reconfigured Rock Barn Golf and Spa course.
Perry says "The whole field's in play this week." He won both the Senior Players Championship and the U.S. Senior Open earlier this season.
Perry leads Bernhard Langer by 609 points in the Charles Schwab Cup standings (2,760-2,151) with three events remaining on the PGA's 50-and-over tour — this weekend's tournament, at San Antonio, Texas, next week; and the tour finale in San Francisco in two weeks.