Tag: US PGA
Only 13 teams were able to complete their first rounds at TPC Louisiana following a weather delay that included lightning in the area.
Matt Jones says he hit many quality iron shots and got it close to the pin, courtesy of a good start.
Fleetwood, seventh at last year's Players and third last week at Bay Hill, seeks his first US PGA title after four wins on the European Tour.
The 37-year-old Aussie is seeking his fifth tour triumph and first since the 2016 Barbasol Championship.
Johnson built a 16-under par total of 197 at Club de Golf Chapultepec, where McIlroy fired a three-under 68 for 201.
Trahan's two PGA triumphs came at the 2006 Southern Farm Bureau Classic and the 2008 Bob Hope Classic.
Johnson's methodical approach at Club de Golf Chapultepec paid dividends as he overhauled first-round leader McIlroy.
Scott and Thomas were tied at 11-under 131, 10 strokes better than Woods.
Thomas and Scott were one stroke clear of J.B. Holmes.
England's Rose maintains his grip on the tournament with an 18-under par total of 198.
Woods walked off his final green 13 strokes behind tournament leader Justin Rose.
Woods couldn't find any momentum, his third-round 72 seeing him drop to last in the 18-player field on two-under par.
PGA Tour rules official Mark Watson confirmed that Woods was cleared of any rules breach.
Champ led after 18 holes and shared a second-round advantage with Chinese-American Norman Xiong.
Xiong won the junior world title while in high school and was named the 2018 US Golfer of the Year playing for the University of Oregon.
The 39-year-old Piercy defied his world ranking of 252 to fire a bogey-free seven-under-par round of 65, moving to nine under for the US$9.5 million US PGA tournament.
The 25-year-old American won the 2015 Masters and US Open and 2017 British Open and needs only the PGA Championship to complete a career Grand Slam.
Lyle was diagnosed with leukaemia as a teenager and suffered a relapse in 2012 - he chose to halt all treatment last week.
Spieth stumbled to a three-over-par 73 to fall from a share of the lead in Friday's second round of the US PGA Travelers Championship while Rory McIlroy hung tough.