Written By

Carl Sengstock

We are going to have a moving day to end all moving days tomorrow at the PGA Championship. So many guys have so much to prove!

Kevin Kisner fired his second -4 under par 67 on Friday to climb to the top quickly.

He finished his round early because he played late on Thursday. At 4:23 pm the horn blew because there was lightning in the area.

The resumed play at 6:25 and the race was on to see who could finish and finish strong.

The first player who showed his true colors was Hideki Matsuyama.

After the rain delay he took advantage of the softer greens and proceeded to finish with 5 birdies in the last 7 holes and shot a -7 under par 64. He had that “perfect” card with no bogeys today!

Francesco Molinari also fired an amazing -7 under par 64 with no bogeys but he did eagle #7.

We saw some remarkable golf after the rain delay. What was becoming a boring Major turned everything around 180 degrees and became a very exciting one!

One of the funniest things I have ever seen happened late in the round.

The rule is…if one person tees off the group can finish the hole.

Louie Oosthuizen’s group was on the 17th green.

Danny Willett was not even close to making the cut. He ran to the 18th tee only to find a group ahead of him and they couldn’t see him waving to ask if he could hit.

Well he took a bullet for the team and teed off with a nine iron so they could finish the hole.

It was so cool to see him do that. Hahahaha Rod Pampling tried to hurry and ducked hooked a drive badly!

Not realizing that the Trackman was on and he had an 8 foot high trajectory and it went nowhere but in the trees.

It didn’t matter he was just being a good guy to help his buddies out.

You just had to laugh watching Louie, Danny Willett, and JB Holmes RUNNING down the last fairway.

Wait…..the caddies had to run too. It was a sight to behold.

Tomorrow the tv coverage starts at 11:00 in the morning. Please don’t miss it!!

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