Day, Scott in mix at PGA as play suspended

Day, Scott in mix at PGA as play suspended

Day, Scott in mix at PGA as play suspended

It has not been as easy for Woods (-3) or McIlroy (-2) but both men will tell themselves a low round on moving day will put them in the hunt.

Tiger Woods got off to a rocky start at the 2018 PGA Championship at Bellerive in St. Louis, but the 14-time major champion has battled back.

"The golf course is good", said Woodland, a three-time PGA Tour victor who has never finished among the top 10 in a major championship.

Woodland fired a four-under-par 66 Friday to seize the lead at 10-under 130 for 36 holes, one stroke ahead of fellow American Kevin Kisner with compatriot Brooks Koepka, the two-time reigning US Open champion, next on 132.

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When their respective second rounds of the PGA Championship were complete, it was Woodland crossing the finish line just before Kisner, taking the tournament lead at 10-under par to Kisner's 9-under.

Woodland took a one-stroke lead into the day after shooting a 64 Thursday and chipped his way to a birdie on his second hole Friday, No. 11.

After an errant tee shot on Bellerive's hard par-4 10th (Johnson's first hole of the day) bounced off a spectator and into an unplayable lie on tree roots, Johnson took a penalty for an unplayable lie.

And with more rain that pounded Bellerive and wiped out golf for the rest of the afternoon, Woodland wasn't even sure he would be leading after the second round was completed.

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But it means a long day of 28 holes for the 42 year old on Saturday, the first time he will have played more than 18 holes in one day in this latest comeback.

Woodland eagled the par-5 17th after his second shot landed five feet from the cup, then birdied the second and third and answered a bogey stumble at four with a 25-foot birdie putt at the eighth - all as Kisner watched. "I think we'll see some putts go in". "There's a lot of golf left on a very gettable golf course". I felt like I was putting for birdie pretty much every hole.

"I feel safe because I feel safe where my game is", Woodland said.

"Hopefully I can go out and keep playing the way I am, and if I keep playing the way I am, you never know where that will leave me tomorrow afternoon".

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"I'm very happy with where I'm at", he said. "Gary and I are good buddies, had a great time out there playing and if I could only hit it as far as he could it would be a different game". "Sometimes you are in your own mind and don't know where you are at". I have more people coming in this weekend.

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