At Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, New York, the second round of the 105th PGA Championship began on Friday. A challenging first round had left a long list of names at the top of the leaderboard.
Bryson DeChambeau of LIV Golf held onto his one-shot clubhouse lead (4-under 66 on Thursday) despite an early surge from Justin Rose as the afternoon winds picked up.
To take over the tournament lead at 5-under, Scottie Scheffler started his second round with a pair of birdies.
He tied Corey Conners and Viktor Hovland for first place at the end of the day. Nine guys were the only ones to finish 36 holes under par, and the cut was made at 5-over.
Scores in the second round may be slightly higher if the weather is warmer, rainy, and windy. The final reward, the Wanamaker Trophy, will be presented on Sunday.
The top 70 players and ties will make the cut and move on to the weekend. Through the second round, Scottie Scheffler, Corey Conners, and Viktor Hovland are tied for the lead at 5-under.
Scheffler finished hole 18 with a bogey even though he was the clear leading at 6-under. Hovland, on the other hand, shot a birdie on hole number 18, moving up the leaderboard.