When the horn sounded to suspend second round play on Friday at Whistling Straits, Nick Taylor was sitting on the bubble with the projected cut at the PGA Championship at two over.
Taylor finished with his second consecutive 73 to sit at two over with 57 players still on the course. They will finish their second rounds on Saturday morning with the third round scheduled to begin shortly afterwards.
David Hearn had been sailing through the second round and got it to five under on the day after a birdie on 16, but he put up a triple bogey on the par three 17th and bogeyed 18 to finish with a 71.
That left Hearn below the projected cut line at three over.
Earlier in the day, Japan’s Hiroshi Iwata tied the all-time 18-hole scoring mark in a major championship and set the competitive course record with a nine-under 63.
In doing so, he became the 25th player to record a 63 in a major, a number that has been reached on 27 occasions.
The 63 came on the heels of a first round 77 by Iwata, who was tied for 15th at four under when play was called, five behind 2015 RBC Canadian Open champ Jason Day and fellow Aussie Matt Jones.
Justin Rose was one back at eight under.
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At the Price Cutter Charity Championship in Springfield, Mo., Adam Svensson of Surrey, B.C., and Corey Conners of Listowel, Ont., are each at nine under, seven off the lead.
Svensson shot a seven-under 65 in Friday’s second round, while Conners fired a 67.
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