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PGA Championship | Gary Woodland leads on 10 under as day two is cut short by weather | News

( Last Updated: 11/08/18 12:18 Am )

 


Gary Woodland will have the medium-term lead after the second round of the PGA Championship was suspended for the day because of overwhelming tempests at Bellerive.

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Forest delighted in the first-round lead following his opening 64 in Missouri, and he added a created 66 to set the early clubhouse focus at 10 under on Friday as Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka place themselves in great positions for an end of the week charge.

Tiger Woods made a sublime begin to his second round as he birdied three of the initial five gaps, however he had quite recently hit his drive on the long eighth when the players were constrained from the course at 3:35pm neighborhood time with thunder and lightning fast approaching.

The unfriendly climate did not yield, and competition authorities took the choice to relinquish play for the day two hours after the underlying suspension, and a large portion of the field will come back to finish their second adjusts at 7am on Saturday morning.

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Gary Woodland is going for his first best 10 of every a noteworthy

Yet, Woodland can appreciate a decent lie-in subsequent to finishing his round, which highlighted four birdies, two intruder and a staggering hawk at the long seventeenth after he bored a 265-yard second to inside six feet and came in the putt for an uncommon three.

Forest, who has never posted a best 10 complete in a noteworthy, appreciates a one-shot lead in the clubhouse over Kevin Kisner, who was one of various players among the early starters hoping to imitate Branden Grace’s real record 62 in a year ago’s Open at Royal Birkdale.

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Brooks Koepka missed a putt for a 62 on the last gap

Kisner started at the tenth and checked six birdies in a back-nine 29, and he took after a keep running of six standards with another pick up at the seventh before neglecting to exploit the standard five eighth and missing the green with his way to deal with the ninth, which prompted his solitary intruder of the day.

His 64 was before long beaten by consecutive US Open champion Koepka, who made seven birdies and kept an intruder off his card to vault to eight under and into altogether third, despite the fact that he missed from 20 feet on his last green to make due with one of two 63s on Friday morning.

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Dustin Johnson dashed up the leader board with five birdies in six gaps

The other was returned by previous Masters champion Charl Schwartzel, who checked eight birdies and only one flaw as he dashed to seven under for the competition nearby Johnson, who was one over for the day with seven to play before resuscitating his test with five birdies throughout the following six openings.

Schwartzel and Johnson share with Thomas Pieters, whose offer for a second in a row Ryder Cup appearance accumulated further energy when he let go a four-birdie 66, while Rickie Fowler is additionally at seven under with eight openings of his second round remaining.

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Open champion Francesco Molinari is only five off the lead

Open champion Francesco Molinari kept himself in dispute for a second in a row real triumph as he added a strong 67 to his opening 68 which got him to five under nearby Jon Rahm, who was likewise three under for day two and did well to spare standard on the eighth – his seventeenth – when he unintentionally kicked his ball while searching for it in the left unpleasant.

Justin Rose conceded he was battling with his iron play after a blended pack of a 69 remaining him at four under and one in front of Woods, who gave the huge groups bounty to give a shout out to early when he holed from 12 feet for birdie at the second and included another from a large portion of that separation on the following green.

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Woods, Thomas McIlroy still have 11 gaps to finish

The mostly slice is anticipated to be at level standard, which implies Sergio Garcia is probably going to miss the end of the week for the fifth major consecutively after the Spaniard attempted to a 71 that incorporated a trek to the water at the 6th which prompted a twofold intruder five.

In any case, Masters champion Patrick Reed won’t return on Saturday in the wake of shutting on three over, while Bubba Watson and Paul Casey smashed out on eight over standard.

 

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