Koepka, Schwartzel tie PGA record with 63s at Bellerive

Koepka, Schwartzel tie PGA record with 63s at Bellerive

When he walked off the course, Koepka's two-day total of eight-under 132 was two behind the 10-under pace set by Gary Woodland.

Three steady pars followed before Lowry finished with two birdies from the final three holes to post an error-free 64, which included six birdies and no bogeys. Bryson DeChambeau three-putted his final hole, missing a 4-foot par putt on No. 9, to miss the cut by one shot.

No one from the afternoon draw completed more than 12 holes. He was at 7 under, three shots behind Woodland with eight holes to play.

"I'd like it to be kind to me this weekend". Round 3 will get underway shortly thereafter.

"I'm going back to the hotel".

After two more solid shots at the par-4 ninth, Day will face a 22-foot birdie putt when play resumes.

"Putts like that are huge, weeks like this, but it was a straightforward putt, it was seven feet and it was right edge up the hill, it is the putt you want to leave yourself, and it was clever with the chip shot". "I was just trying to make the thing". "I hit it well on the second nine".

"For me, I'm very happy with where I'm at". And it appeared like he'd drop even farther to start Friday's round.

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"I have my brother on the bag, and he's doing a great job, really enjoyed it", said Lowry, who had restarted on four-under.

The third round was scheduled to begin early Saturday afternoon. It's pretty special to be close to home where everybody can come out and watch because I have a lot of family who have never seen me play in person.

The former Southern Utah golfer, who is an assistant at Davis Park Golf Course, had shot a 76 in the first round but was much better on Friday. For those who are more casual fans, yes, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy are all still competing. Kisner birdied to go 8 under as well and regained a one-stroke lead with a birdie on 18, finishing his first nine holes in 29 strokes.

The highlight of McIlroy's round was a superb chip-in birdie that had the fans out of their seats.

"I did not have my best stuff and hit one green in the last six holes but played them in two under".

Adam Hadwin of Abbotsford, B.C., was a part of the late wave that had its round suspended by the weather.

If the 19-time PGA Tour victor is trying to add a second major to his resume, he'll need to make a lot more birdies the rest of the way.

"I just have to make birdies", Woods said of his mindset going into the third round.

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