KOHLER WI - AUGUST 13: Matt Kuchar watches his tee shot on the ninth hole during the continuation of the first round of the 92nd PGA Championship on the Straits Course at Whistling Straits on August 13 2010 in Kohler Wisconsin. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

2010 PGA Championship, Second Round: Matt Kuchar Alone Atop Leaderboard

The first round of the PGA Championship is nearing completion while the second round is underway at Whistling Straits. Matt Kuchar has the lead at -6. View the complete leaderboard at PGA.com.

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2010 PGA Championship: Second Round Play Suspended With Leaders In Clubhouse

Courtesy of SB Nation's Ryan Ballengee.

Play has been suspended in the middle of the second round of the 92nd PGA Championship. It was halted at 8:30 p.m. ET.

More than half the field needs to complete their round tomorrow before a cut can be made to the top 70 and ties. Among the players that walk off with positive momentum is Rickie Fowler who is -3 on his second round.

Tiger Woods has to feel fortunate for play to stop. His round was falling apart at the horn, including needing a ruling on the type of ground he was on. Woods will have to regroup if he hopes to finish 36 holes under par.

The leaders, though, are almost all in the clubhouse. They will be able to sleep in late tomorrow, which is quite different than the turnaround from last night to this morning. Some of those players complained of sleeping less than 5 hours. That won't be the case tomorrow.

Coverage of the championship continues at 11 a.m. ET tomorrow on TNT and switches to CBS at 2 p.m. ET.


2010 PGA Championship: Getting On The Right Side Of The Draw

Courtesy of SB Nation's Ryan Ballengee.

As darkness is close to setting in at Whistling Straits, it is becoming clear which part of the draw was the right one.  The players that went out late on Thursday and (relatively) early today are the lucky ones.

With wind and some weather moving in the area later in the day, conditions at the close of the day have remained whippy. As a result, 10 of the top 12 players in the field are done for the day - and most of tomorrow.

Few golfers still on the course have momentum in their rounds. Then again, Phil Mickelson had hardly anything going consistently today and he turned in 69, saving his chances for the weekend. Meanwhile, Tiger Woods is playing well enough to miss the cut but has had Mickelsonian escape skills in the waning moments of Friday at the PGA Championship.


2010 PGA Championship: Bubba Watson Trying To Make Move

Courtesy of SB Nation's Ryan Ballengee.

Bubba Watson spent 30 hours waiting between the end of his first round yesterday and the start of his second round this evening. Now chasing Matt Kuchar, Watson has continued to try overpowering Whistling Straits.

He was successful early in the round but is now just -1 on his round through six holes. He is three back of the lead and in a logjam for third place. Meanwhile, both of the players ahead of him are in the clubhouse - and facing the same kind of delay tomorrow that Bubba faced today.


2010 PGA Championship: Add Dustin Johnson To The Mix

Dustin Johnson has staked his claim to the PGA Championship, now in second place two back of Matt Kuchar. Johnson just attempted to drive the par 4 6th hole after making eagle at the par 5 5th.

The sixth is Johnson’s last opportunity in his round to score easily. The closing three holes of his round – seven through nine on the course – are among the more difficult holes on the course.


2010 PGA Championship: Matt Kuchar Leads; Jason Dufner & Bryce Molder Making Strong Charges

Scoring conditions are very favorable in the second round of the PGA Championship. Three players in particular are standing out today.

Jason Dufner and Bryce Molder are -6 on their rounds today, now at -5 and -6 overall respectively. Both are through 15 holes in their rounds.

Matt Kuchar is still playing well and leads by two on -8.

Phil Mickelson made a disastrously aggressive drive on the 18th hole – his ninth of the day. It lead to a double bogey, but Mickelson just made birdie to get back to even par.


2010 PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson Strikes Fan With Ball, Signs Frown Faced Glove

One of the problems with being a spectator in golf is that you can struck with the ball. When the right player does it, it's also a perk.

Phil Mickelson hit an errant drive on the 15th hole at Whistling Straits in his second round at the PGA Championship. As a form of apology to the fan, he took off his glove, signed it with a message of sorry - and a frown face inside the "o."


Mickelson typically slips in some money for the people he strikes with the ball, but not in this case.



2010 PGA Championship: Four At Five-Under And A Log Jam At The Top

The PGA Championship has become a lot more concentrated at the top of the leaderboard. Four players are currently on the course and tied for the lead at -5, including Americans Matt Kuchar, Zach Johnson, and Nick Watney. Korean Seung Yul Noh is also tied for the lead at -5.

Noh is a 19-year-old professional who became the second youngest winner in European Tour history (to Kiwi Danny Lee) when he won the Malaysian Open earlier this year. He was invited by the PGA of America to participate in the tournament to fill out the field.

US Open 54 hole leader Dustin Johnson is at -4, along with Ernie Els. Bubba Watson and Francesco Molinari will not start their second rounds until 6 and 7 p.m. ET respectively.


2010 PGA Championship: Early Second Round Returns

The second round of the PGA Championship is underway at Whistling Straits and Matt Kuchar is picking up where he left off in round one. Kuchar is -2 early in his second round, sitting on -6 total – two clear of a slew of players at -4.

Just one player among the pack at -4 is on the course – Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano is -2 early in his round to get to that group.

There are twenty-four players that are yet to complete their first round.


2010 PGA Championship: Second Round Begins At 12:10 PM ET

Officials have announced that the second round of the PGA Championship will begin at 12:10pm ET. For tee times announced by the PGA of America, add four hours and ten minutes.

Some players will still be completing their opening rounds while the second round begins for the players that completed their rounds yesterday.

Course staff will switch out pins as all first round groups complete play on a particular hole.


2010 PGA Championship: Menacing Weather Ahead On Friday

First it was fog this morning, pushing play back to a start time of 10:40am ET. Now it looks like rain, thunder, and lightning will take the weather delay stage.

Meteorologist John Daly tweeted the radar map for Sheboygan, Wisconsin - and it doesn't look good.



2010 PGA Championship: Friday Play Begins At 10:40 AM ET

PGA of America officials have announced that Friday play in the PGA Championship will begin at 10:40 am ET.


2010 PGA Championship: The 78 Players Left To Finish Round One

Here are the scores and course positions for all 78 players still waiting to finish their first round at Whistling Straits.

T1 – Matt Kuchar -4 (14*)
T1 – Ernie Els -4 (14)
T1 – Nick Watney -4 (11)
T6 – Simon Khan -3 (7*)
T6 – Gonzalo Fernandez Castano -3
T6 – Darren Clarke -3 (13)
T12 – Shane Lowry -2 (9*)
T12 – Shaun Micheel -2 (10*)
T12 – Peter Hanson -2 (10*)
T12 – Tim Thelen (CP) -2 (16)
T12 – Angel Cabrera  -2 (10)
T24 – Kevin Na  -1 (9*)
T24 – Robert Karlsson  -1 (8*)
T24 – Jimmy Walker  -1 (7*)
T24 – Carl Pettersson -1 (14*)
T24 – Seung Yul Noh  -1 (13*)
T24 – Chad Campbell  -1 (14)
T24 – Dustin Johnson -1 (14)
T24 – Kenny Perry  -1 (13)
T24 – Rory McIlroy  -1 (13)
T24 – Steve Stricker  -1 (13)
T24 – Zach Johnson  -1 (12)
T24 – Phil Mickelson -1 (11)
T24 – Tim Clark -1 (10)
T24 – Kris Blanks  -1 (9)
T47 – Kevin Stadler E (8*)
T47 – Charlie Wi  E (8*)
T47 – Bryce Molder  E (14*)
T47 – D.A. Points  E (12*)
T47 – Miguel Angel Jimenez E (11*)
T47 – Wenchong Liang  E (11*)
T47 – Ben Curtis  E (10*)
T47 – Yuta Ikeda E (10*)
T47 – Stephen Ames E (10*)
T47 – Bill Haas  E (10*)
T47 – Jason Dufner  E (15)
T47 – Troy Pare (CP) E (15)
T47 – Mike Weir  E (14)
T47 – Kevin Sutherland  E (14)
T47 – Adam Scott  E (13)
T47 – Lucas Glover E (12)
T47 – Louis Oosthuizen  E (11)
T47 – Justin Rose E (10)
T47 – Simon Dyson E (9)
T78 – Stu Ingraham (CP) 1 (8*)
T78 – Robert McClellan (CP) 1 (7*)
T78 – Trevor Immelman 1 (10)
T78 – Hunter Mahan  1 (10)
T78 – Mitch Lowe (CP) 1 (10)
T78 – Bill Lunde  1 (9)
T78 – Ross McGowan 1 (9)
T96 – Scott Verplank  2 (9*)
T96 – Danny Balin (CP) 2 (9*)
T96 – Sean O’Hair 2 (9*)
T96 – Fredrik Andersson Hed  2 (15*)
T96 – Heath Slocum  2 (13*)
T96 – Jason Bohn  2 (11*)
T96 – Tom Lehman  2 (10*)
T96 – Mike Small (CP) 2 (10*)
T96 – Brandt Snedeker 2 (14)
T96 – Jeff Overton  2 (13)
T96 – Graeme McDowell 2 (11)
T118 – David Hutsell (CP) 3 (16*)
T118 – John Senden  3 (16*)
T118 – Koumei Oda 3 (14*)
T118 – Oliver Wilson 3 (10*)
T118 – Anders Hansen 3 (15)
T130 – Rory Sabbatini 4 (15)
T130 – Chris Wood  4 (14)
T130 – Bruce Smith (CP) 4 (9)
T138 – Colin Montgomerie  5 (14*)
T138 – Cameron Beckman 5 (14*)
T138 – Boo Weekley 5 (13*)
T138 – Paul Goydos  5 (16)
T138 – Ross Fisher  5 (14)
T145 – Soren Hansen  6 (13*)
T150 – Henrik Stenson  7 (12)
T153 – Chip Sullivan (CP) 8 (14*)


2010 PGA Championship, Second Round Tee Times: Friday Fog Delays Play ... Again

Play at the 92nd PGA Championship has been delayed by fog for a second consecutive day. The combination of the lake and dewpoint have led to fog that will have a minimum delay of 50 minutes from the initially scheduled start time.  This all but assures that the finish of the championship will come on Monday.

Seventy-eight golfers still have to complete their first rounds before second round play can begin.

The original tee times for the second round are as follows (all times CDT) ... although with all of the delays, this is more like an order of play. The times listed below are obsolete at this point:


Tee Number 1

7:00 AM -  Fredrik Andersson Hed, David Hutsell, John Senden 

7:10 AM -  Carl Pettersson, Bryce Molder, Chip Sullivan 

7:20 AM -  Matt Kuchar, Koumei Oda, Colin Montgomerie 

7:30 AM -  Heath Slocum, Cameron Beckman, Soren Hansen 

7:40 AM -  Seung Yul Noh, D.A. Points, Boo Weekley 

7:50 AM -  Miguel Angel Jimenez, Wenchong Liang, Jason Bohn 

8:00 AM -  Shaun Micheel, Tom Lehman, Mike Small 

8:10 AM -  Peter Hanson, Yuta Ikeda, Ben Curtis 

8:20 AM -  Stephen Ames, Bill Haas, Oliver Wilson 

8:30 AM -  Shane Lowry, Kevin Na, Scott Verplank 

8:40 AM -  Robert Karlsson, Sean O'Hair, Danny Balin 

8:50 AM -  Kevin Stadler, Charlie Wi, Stu Ingraham 

9:00 AM -  Simon Khan, Jimmy Walker, Robert McClellan 

12:15 PM -  Jason Day, Tim Petrovic, Rich Steinmetz 

12:25 PM -  Rickie Fowler, Justin Leonard, Ryo Ishikawa 

12:35 PM -  Stuart Appleby, Soren Kjeldsen, Kyle Flinton 

12:45 PM -  Jim Furyk, Charl Schwartzel, Geoff Ogilvy 

12:55 PM -  Luke Donald, J.B. Holmes, Tetsuji Hiratsuka 

1:05 PM -  Paul Casey, Anthony KiM -  Jerry Kelly 

1:15 PM -  Davis Love III, Padraig Harrington, John Daly 

1:25 PM -  Martin Kaymer, Stewart Cink, Sergio Garcia 

1:35 PM -  Tiger Woods, Y.E. Yang, Vijay Singh 

1:45 PM -  Francesco Molinari, Ryan Moore, Retief Goosen 

1:55 PM -  Camilo Villegas, Ian Poulter, Corey Pavin 

2:05 PM -  Charles Howell III, Gregory Bourdy, Rob Moss 

2:15 PM -  Troy Matteson, Danny Willett, Jason Schmuhl 


Tee Number 10

7:00 AM -  Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano, Tim Thelen, Paul Goydos 

7:10 AM -  Jason Dufner, Troy Pare, Anders Hansen 

7:20 AM -  Brandt Snedeker, Rory Sabbatini, Chris Wood 

7:30 AM -  Chad Campbell, Mike Weir, Ross Fisher 

7:40 AM -  Ernie Els, Dustin Johnson, Kevin Sutherland 

7:50 AM -  Darren Clarke, Kenny Perry, Jeff Overton 

8:00 AM -  Steve Stricker, Rory McIlroy, Adam Scott 

8:10 AM -  Zach Johnson, Lucas Glover, Henrik Stenson 

8:20 AM -  Phil Mickelson, Louis Oosthuizen, Graeme McDowell 

8:30 AM -  Nick Watney, Tim Clark, Justin Rose 

8:40 AM -  Angel Cabrera, Trevor Immelman, Hunter Mahan 

8:50 AM -  Ross McGowan, Mitch Lowe, Bill Lunde 

9:00 AM -  Kris Blanks, Simon Dyson, Bruce Smith 

12:15 PM -  Bo Van Pelt, Vaughn Taylor, Scott Hebert 

12:25 PM -  Stephen Gallacher, Derek Lamely, Keith Ohr 

12:35 PM -  Rob Labritz, Steve Marino, K.J. Choi 

12:45 PM -  John Merrick, Kyung-tae KiM -  Martin Laird 

12:55 PM -  Bubba Watson, Hiroyuki Fujita, Alvaro Quiros 

1:05 PM -  Steve Elkington, David Toms, Mark Brooks 

1:15 PM -  Michael SiM -  Ryan Palmer, Matt Bettencourt 

1:25 PM -  Brian Davis, Matt Jones, Ricky Barnes 

1:35 PM -  Thongchai Jaidee, Edoardo Molinari, D.J. Trahan 

1:45 PM -  Marc Leishman, Brian Gay, Fredrik Jacobson 

1:55 PM -  Rhys Davies, Ben Crane, Mark Sheftic 

2:05 PM -  Brendon de Jonge, Raphael Jacquelin, Ryan Benzel 

2:15 PM -  David Horsey, Sonny Skinner, George McNeill 

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