Gary Woodland matches 36-hole scoring record at PGA Championship

Gary Woodland matches 36-hole scoring record at PGA Championship

Ryan Fox dipped slightly down the leaderboard to tie for 23rd before play was suspended midway through the second round at the US PGA Championship because of stormy weather.

Open Championship runner-up Kisner holed six birdies as he played his first nine holes in 29 shots to move into the lead on nine under, while Woodland avenged a bogey on the 14th with an eagle three on the par-five 17th.

It's the 34th and 35th time a player has shot 63 in a major championship and the first since Tommy Fleetwood did it in the final round of this year's U.S. Open at Shinnecock.

Woods, 42, found himself three-over par after the first two holes.

The Memorial victor and Ryder Cup hopeful bogeyed three of his final six holes Saturday morning to miss the even-par cut by a single stroke.

Best of all was making the cut on the number at even-par 140, the lowest score to make a cut in the 60 years of stroke play at the PGA Championship. Rickie Fowler had just birdied the 10th hole and was at 7 under.

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The second round was to resume at 7 a.m. local time.

Woodland shot a 66 and finished his day as leader in the clubhouse by one stroke with a score of 130, a record after two days at the PGA Championship.

"It's going to be a long day", Fowler said.

Woods' back nine was more mixed as he suffered bogeys on 10 and 12, but the 14-time major victor countered that with two further birdies after hitting four on the front nine for a 66, which took him to four under overall. "But the nice thing about the delay and going back out tomorrow morning, we'll get fresh greens". "The key is to get the ball in the fairway and attack from there". That was barely enough for a one-shot lead over Kevin Kisner, one of three players who came to the final hole with a shot at becoming the first to post a 62 in the PGA.

"I have my brother on the bag, and he's doing a great job, really enjoyed it". "If they were firm, I don't think I would have a chance with the way the greens are situated and the places they're putting the flags".

Woods hit his drive at the fourth hole into thick rough to the left of the fairway, and he took a furious rip into the thick grass to advance the ball up the fairway at the par-4. He's absolutely striping it and rolling the rock, so if he's going to keep that up we're going to have a pretty good battle if I can too. "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". Just input the proper information, and you're off.

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