W2W4: Who will make a move on Moving Day?

Carla Harmon
August 13, 2017

"With the way I've been playing, how I'm swinging this week and last week going into it, I know I can win this week", Fowler said.

"I've always fought a push to the right and got sick and exhausted of it", said Kisner.

"That could have been a six or seven quite easily. That could have been a six or a seven quite easily so to get away with a five, I actually felt pretty good about myself going to the next tee".

The 33-year-old Kisner attacked the par-five holes in second-round action, carding an eagle on the seventh and birdies on the 10th and 15th. Rickie Fowler (70), Justin Thomas (66) and Paul Casey (70) were tied at three-under in tied-seventh place. He went without a bogey in his second round and had four straight birdies at one point. "As I said, I still feel I'm right there in the tournament". The horn suspended play for darkness just before his chip shot onto the 18th green.

Fox's 66 was the low round of the tournament till that point, and comprised four birdies on the front nine and a further two, plus a lone bogey on the par-four 11th, on the inward nine.

The round was in stark contrast to his opening four-over 75, where two early birdies were swamped by four bogeys and a double-bogey on the closing nine.

Without making any more headway, he closed out the back nine in 35 and turned the corner where he yesterday carded -1 for his day's work.

The second round is scheduled to resume at 07:30 local time (11:30 GMT) on Saturday. "And the worries that I had about my swing showed up today in the way I played". Here there is severe rough. "I was hitting fairways but I wasn't getting the crisp contact that I was hoping for with my driver".

"I'm not searching. It's not like I'm hitting the ball crooked".

"I'm just excited about the opportunity".

He can count on two FedEx Cup playoff events, but he'll probably have to show some form to advance through the PGA Tour's postseason and, more importantly to him, give U.S. captain Steve Stricker a reason to pick him for the Presidents Cup.

I was quite happy with my play, which was solid, but the scoring should have been a lot better in the first round of the PGA Championships at Quail Hollow.

For the longest time, the PGA Championship looked as though it might be a case of survival at Quail Hollow.

"Obviously I'm happy to have made the cut but I'm very disappointed because I got to three under for the tournament and had a few bogeys", said Smith, who won his maiden European Tour title at the Porsche European Open in Germany a fortnight ago.

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