Thunder and lightning disrupted play on day two of the final major but home golfers were firmly in control in the clubhousePerhaps it is appropriate that the 100th playing of this major sees the US firmly in control of the US PGA. On a Friday where Bellerive was virtually defenceless, those carrying the stars and stripes marched to positions of prominence.Chief among them was Gary Woodland, whose second-round 66 meant the equalling of a 36-hole major scoring record at 130. It is hardly being disrespectful to suggest that Nick Faldo, the first to achieve that number, encountered a tougher backdrop at Muirfield in 1992. Continue reading…

Source: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/aug/10/gary-woodland-us-pga-second-round

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