RENO - Josh Teater had an eagle and six birdies Thursday to take the lead in the US PGA Tour's Reno-Tahoe Open with 15 points in the Modified Stableford scoring system. James Driscoll and Gary Woodland both notched 14 points to share second place, while Australian Greg Chalmers was in fourth on 13. Rather than counting strokes, the Modified Stableford scoring system awards eight points for double eagles, five for eagles, two for birdies, zero for pars and subtracts one point for bogeys and three points for double bogey or worse. "Last year I played pretty good here," said Teater. "I think Friday's round wasn't very good, but I played good Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday and finished seventh. So you can make a lot of moves in one round. So I got a good start, and hopefully I can keep it going." –AFP