Adam Scott had a chance to shoot a record-low round on Thursday, but now he's just attempting to hang onto a share of the first-round lead.
A birdie at No. 14 moved Scott to 6-under and into the lead, one stroke ahead of Jim Furyk. With another birdie coming in, Scott would have set the Oak Hill course record while tying the lowest round posted in a major. Those accomplishments took a hit on No. 16 when he got into trouble off the tee. He hit a good shot out of a bad lie, but missed a par putt and carded his first bogey of the day. Scott is 5-under heading into the final two holes, tied with Furyk.
While Scott is even since the restart, Phil Mickelson has surged up the leaderboard. Mickelson made the turn at 2-over, but is 3-under since play resumed and is now 1-under overall. He wasn't sharp early, but has since hit a number of excellent shots and putted well.
Rory McIlroy scrambled over the final few holes, but was able to card a 1-under 69. McIlroy made the turn at 3-under and was 2-under through 12 holes. He struggled to find the fairway coming in, but did well to save par several times, despite coming out of the rough. A bogey on No. 17 dropped him to 1-under and he parred the 18th to finish in the red.
Here is a look at the top of the leaderboard and a few other notable names.