A year ago, Rob Labritz was the unofficial mayor of Saucon Valley Country Club. He kissed babies, signed autographs and was the toast of the 42nd U.S. Senior Open, tying for fourth in his foray in the championship. He might not have the same following in his gallery this year at SentryWorld – his wife and three children are not here and he’s a long way from the Metropolitan (N.Y.) Section of the PGA where he was a club professional for 31 years – but he might gain a bunch of new fans after shooting a 5-under 66 on Saturday. It was the first bogey-free round at SentryWorld and it catapulted Labritz, 52, up the leader board. “I've won three New York State Opens at Bethpage Black,” said Labritz, who signed a few autographs before doing media on Saturday. “Made the cut in the [2019] PGA Championship at Bethpage Black. We have a lot of hard golf courses up in the Northeast, which kind of prepares me for this sort of thing. I spent my late '90s as a teaching pro at Shinnecock. The [U.S. Senior Open] courses don't scare me.”