• Rain can't stop PGA leader's charmed run to weekend

    4 days ago - By New York Post

    ST. LOUIS - Gary Woodland and Kevin Kisner spent Friday morning drafting each other like a couple of NASCAR drivers around Bellerive Country Club. 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...
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  • Rain halts second round of PGA Championship, but Gary Woodland still leads as record low scores continue

    Rain halts second round of PGA Championship, but Gary Woodland still leads as record low scores continue

    4 days ago - By Los Angeles Times

    There are manually operated leaderboards with plastic numbers and letters on every hole of the PGA Championship. Most are small enough that they can accommodate only seven players. Charl Schwartzel, the South African champion of the 2011 Masters, tied the PGA record Friday morning by shooting seven-under-par...
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  • Gary Woodland maintains PGA lead as rain halts play in second round

    4 days ago - By Newsday

    ST. LOUIS - Birdie putts were falling like raindrops, and there were plenty of both. It was hard to tell what to expect on the even softer greens for the weekend at the PGA Championship, especially because half the field still has to finish the second round. It is safe to say they all would be where Gary Woodland was when play was suspended Friday: Done and No. 1.
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