Play was suspended Friday at the 2013 AT&T National after dangerous weather rolled through Bethesda, Md. When play was stopped at 2:44 p.m. ET, Roberto Castro and Jordan Spieth had already finished their rounds tied for the lead at 7-under overall. Castro shot 2-under on the day after entering Friday as the tournament leader at 5-under. Spieth shot 5-under on the front nine before finishing the day making par on nine straight holes.
Several players are in good position to make a run at the top of the leaderboard when play resumes Saturday. Andres Romero shot 4-under through 13 holes to move to 5-under overall, two shots back of the leaders, before play was halted. Ben Kohles (3-under overall through 12 holes), Bill Haas (3-under through eight) and Nick Watney (3-under through eight) could also find themselves in contention by the time Round 2 finishes up.
The tournament's bigger names have yet to find a groove. Brandt Snedeker may still shake up the standings after shooting even par to stay at 2-under through two rounds. Masters winner Adam Scott, meanwhile, is hoping to slip under the cut. He is currently sitting on the projected cut at 2-over.
Below are the current leaders in Bethesda. For a full leaderboard, head over to PGATour.com.
t1) Roberto Castro - 7-under overall, 2-under Final
t1) Jordan Spieth - 7-under, 5-under F
t3) D.H. Lee - 5-under, 5-under F
t3) Andres Romero, 5-under, 4-under thru 13
t5) Cameron Triangle - 4-under, 4-under F
t5) James Driscoll - 4-under, 2-under F
t7) Gary Woodland - 3-under, 2-under F
t7) Stewart Cink - 3-under, 2-under F
t7) Russell Henley - 3-under, 1-under F
t7) David Lingmerth - 3-under, 6-under F
t7) Ben Kohles - 3-under, 1-under thru 12
t7) Bill Haas - 3-under, 2-under thru 8
t7) Nick Watney - 3-under, 2-under thru 8
t14) Eight players at 2-under