Kisner, Matsuyama share rain-delayed second-round lead

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Kisner hasn't done well at majors at all.

"Probably the pressure had something to do with it, being in the last group in a major tournament", said Matsuyama. "I feel like I have the game to compete in majors, and tons of 30th, 40th and 50th-place finishes".

Johnson started his round with a birdie on the par-5 10th, chipping from the rough to 4 feet, but he gave the stroke back on the next hole when he missed the green from 135 yards in the fairway and missed a 7-foot par putt. He finished his second round with three birdies, an eagle and one bogey.

"I hope I can be back (at the press conference) after the final round".

"I'm just excited about the opportunity".

"I got a little unlucky when my second shot hit the cart path", he said, "It [the third] was the only option I had". "I've hit some good shots and some loose shots". The round will resume Saturday with 26 players on the course. Now, age 49, and without an affiliation, he won the Club Pro Championship, qualified for the PGA Championship and after his one-under 70 for two-over 144 total is the first club pro to make the cut in two years.

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Meanwhile, it was a disappointing day for other Asian Tour players. "I got everything going", Fox told Radio Sport after his second round.

Justin Thomas (69) and 2010 British Open victor Louis Oosthuizen (71) share fourth a shot back at five-under.

McGirt, who teed off at 1:10 p.m. Friday, completed 11 holes before the horn sounded while he was preparing for a putt on the par-4 third hole.

Day nearly landed a rare albatross on the par-five seventh hole and the resultant kick-in eagle kickstarted a run of five birdies in the next seven holes - either side of a weather delay - to enable a five-under-par round of 66 to race to six under in total. He escaped with a par and scrambled to keep his card clean until the par-5 15th, where he stole a birdie from eight feet, his longest putt of the tournament. - Spieth, on what he thinks he must shoot to get back to contention. The former British Open champion appeared to injure his wrist hitting off of a tree root on the par-4 fifth hole, but he made a decision to keep playing after meeting with a trainer. Fowler was now in the bunch at Tied-3rd alongside An Byeong at three-under for the tournament.

Molinari has done virtually everything in golf including capturing a WGC title winning the World Cup of Golf with his brother Edoardo and late a year ago denying Masters Champion, Danny Willett to win his home Italian Open for a second time in his career.

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