Adam Scott two shots behind leader Brooks Koepka at US PGA Championship

Utah's Tony Finau and Zach Johnson play much better in PGA second round

Utah's Tony Finau and Zach Johnson play much better in PGA second round

"I could've been a little bit closer, (but) I've got a shot going into tomorrow".

The PGA Championship announced that the round was suspended after 6 p.m.

That left Woods five strokes off the pace of USA compatriot Koepka, who birdied five of his first nine holes to make the turn on 13-under par, three shots ahead of Americans Rickie Fowler and Gary Woodland with Australian Adam Scott, the 2013 Masters champion, and American Kevin Kisner another stroke adrift.

He missed. And then he missed the next from 4 feet for birdie and ended his day with 10 straight pars.

The 42-year-old, who only returned to competitive action in November after undergoing spinal fusion surgery in April last year, also holed from six feet on the eighth for his fifth birdie of the round, before a par on the ninth took him to the turn in 31. Kevin Kisner shot a six under par 64 to sit at 9 under par, one shot out of the lead. Tiger Woods was finished, and so were hundreds of the sunbaked fans who'd camped there all day, waiting as Woods marched around the course and up the leaderboard. "It's actually pretty windy today and I'm staying in the shade as best as I can". The tournament was still going, except by then, two events were coexisting on the same course: the PGA Championship and whatever Woods was doing, the show within a show. It nearly goes without saying that until he can find some consistence with his scoring clubs - namely his wedges and his putter - he will continue to fall short in the majors.

Woodland and Kisner played in the same group, and they offered a great example that Bellerive is accommodating to just about any game.

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A 12-under 198 total still left Koepka within sight of his third major title in 14 months, but the two-times U.S. Open champion's grip on the Wanamaker Trophy had loosened. He was at 3-over par for the second round through nine holes and 4 over for the tournament, putting him in a tie for 111th.

Spieth has battled with his game all year, and his confidence isn't at its peak. "This course would be phenomenal - and probably is phenomenal - if it's not playing soft". 'It takes a lot out of you in this heat and it's more mental than physical. You don't have to be as precise. He was only 2 under. A heavy rainstorm on Friday night will produce even lower scores than Bellerive saw on Friday.

Shot of the day came from England's Matt Wallace, who aced the par-three 16th on his way to a 68 to close on the same mark as Johnson. The cut was another record, coming at even-par 140 and knocking out the likes of Phil Mickelson. In conditions like Bellerive, no lead was safe.

Scott putt on a ball-striking masterclass, hitting 10 of 14 fairways and 15 greens in regulation to be ranked number one on Saturday (local time) for approach play. "I'm not too anxious with what anyone else is doing out there".

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