Gary Woodland has set a new U.S. PGA Championship record score of -10 under par for 36 holes at Bellerive Country Club in St Louis, then play was suspended for the day.
Gary on his way to a record 36 hole score / getty
Gary carded a second round -4 under par 66 to keep the lead in the 100th U.S. PGA Championship at -10 under par, and is excited about his putting;
“I probably didn’t play as well as I did yesterday top to bottom but the iron game really kept me in it today.”
“I got a little wayward with a couple of drives and hit a lot of good putts that didn’t go in so I can live with that.”
“For me, I’m very happy with where I’m at.”
“I’m very comfortable with how I’m driving the golf ball. The iron game, the distance control this week has been phenomenal.”
“For me, I’m very happy with where I’m at. I’m very comfortable with how I’m driving the golf ball. The iron game, the distance control this week has been phenomenal.”
“And when I stand over a golf ball putting as comfortable as I am right now, I’m pretty excited.”
Kevin Kisner with completed second round -6 under 64 has second place at the moment at -9 under;
“It’s golf, man, that’s all I’ve ever done.”
“I won everywhere I have ever been, if I shoot the lowest score, I win.”
Brooks Koepka is third, also with a completed round, of -7 under par 63 for a -8 under par.
Brooks, having won back-to-back U.S. Opens is on a good Major run, his last putt of the day lipped out, for a 62;
“I just was trying to make the thing and I really thought I made it.”
“My caddie said something walking off on 18. I didn’t even think of it. I’ve been so in the zone you don’t know where you are or where you’re at.”
Looking business like in the group at -7 under par is Rickie Fowler, who has only finished 10 holes of his second round, -2 under so far today, but will have to came back tomorrow to complete his round before teeing off again for the third.