Jason Day crashes out of PGA Champs

Rory Mc Ilroy might not play again this season due to injury

Kisner held the overnight lead with Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen, who has had a rocky start to his second round, going birdie-par-bogey on his first three holes.

Sharing fourth at five-under 137 in the clubhouse were Italy's Francesco Molinari, with a bogey-free 64, and South African Louis Oosthuizen, who shot a bogey-free 67.

However, his day ended on a low note when he double-bogeyed the 18th after finding the water with his second shot. But unlike his playing partners, he avoided catastrophe on the final three holes.

If Summerhays can keep his score around par the next two rounds, it will go a long way to help establish his FedEx standings under the 125th-ranking and allow him to keep his PGA Tour card for the 2018 season.

"US Open Sunday, I was out of it, but I gathered a little something off that Sunday round that led to two wins and two tournaments after that including a major".

So the weekend at Quail Hollow at least gave him a chance to improve his standing.

Koepka had birdie putts inside 15 feet on his opening six holes and converted only one of them. He made four bogeys in five holes on the front side, then answered with birdies at the par-5 seventh and par-4 eighth.

Two stars suffered through epic collapses down the stretch Saturday.

American World No.1 Dustin Johnson, Japanese World No.3 Hideki Matsuyama, Spanish World No.6 Jon Rahm and Australian World No.7 Jason Day all scored 70 each to put them in a strong position after one round.

"I'm just excited about the opportunity".

But even Koepka had a hard time making putts on new Bermuda greens that were firm and so fast that players had to be defensive.

Jordan Spieth figured he was too far back to chase the final leg of the career Grand Slam this year.

Clouds quickly gathered Saturday morning as around two dozen players returned to the course to complete their second rounds.

Graeme McDowell could manage only a five-over 76 and on seven-over overall he was having a weekend off, as was Padraig Harrington who was two-over through nine holes for his second round, but 10-over for the tournament.

Weather delays are not uncommon on the PGA Tour and sometimes they can work for and against you. "But to do that at the PGA Championship is pretty special", DeLaet said.

"I like looking at leaderboards seeing what the cut line is and where I am, so I was looking all the way around and it was nice to see my name up there with the big guys". Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson and Masters Champions Sergio Garcia all failed to make the cut, while Englishman Ross Fisher also failed to qualify for the penultimate round in North Carolina.

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