Kisner, Matsuyama share rain-delayed second-round lead

Doug Mendoza
Августа 13, 2017

Kisner hasn't done well at majors at all.

"I kind of accept the fact that I'm essentially out of this tournament pending some form of insane stuff the next couple of days", Spieth said.

"I feel like my game truly suits the other three majors maybe more than a PGA Championship", he said. He chipped down to a foot and tapped it in for his par. 14-16, only to be stuck with a double-bogey on the final hole.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (AP) " Jordan Spieth all but conceded that his pursuit of the career Grand Slam will have to wait until next year.

"I was just trying to get it in the bunker, and luckily I hit it with enough speed, and it got up and out of there". "I haven't hit it this well this whole summer". He finished his second round with three birdies, an eagle and one bogey.

It was his first missed cut around the world dating to last year's PGA Championship.

Molinari has done virtually everything in golf including capturing a WGC title winning the World Cup of Golf with his brother Edoardo and late a year ago denying Masters Champion, Danny Willett to win his home Italian Open for a second time in his career.

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As the PGA Tour's two biggest stars have been stymied by the course this weekend, the top of the leaderboard at the PGA Championship is bracing itself for a busy day on Sunday.

"Even if they didn't do anything else with the golf course and just changed it to full Bermuda like it is now, all of a sudden makes the golf course two shots more hard". Day and Stroud were two shots behind while Louis Oosthuizen and Francesco Molinari of Italy were three back. His bogey on No. 12 dropped him back into a tie with Matsuyama only momentarily because Matsuyama also bogeyed the hole. He drove the green on the 301-yard, par-4 14th and sank a 15-foot putt for a 2. His only bogey on Friday was on No. 1, a long dogleg par 4.

Starting on the back nine, he pulled off a miracle shot from the cart path on the 10th to save par for his opening hole of the day.

McGirt will stay in the Tar Heel state for next week's Wyndham Championship in Greensboro at Sedgefield Country Club.

Earlier on Friday, American Kisner set the pace with a second consecutive 67 rocketing him to eight-under for the tournament.

Not the case with Kevin Kisner, who holed his third from off the green for eagle at the seventh, his 16th, to extend his lead to four over joint overnight leader Thorbjorn Olesen, who had yet to start.

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