Jon Rahm, Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth had been amongst those that rallied to make the lower on the PGA Championship on Friday, however a number of different notable golfers weren’t as fortunate.
Former main champions Jason Day (2015 PGA Championship) and Matt Fitzpatrick (2022 US Open) had been among the many golfers who missed the lower at this 12 months’s PGA Championship at Oak Hill Nation Membership.
The lower line was at +5 145 for the 2 rounds. Spieth, Thomas, Phil Mickelson and Tony Finau had been amongst those that simply made the lower at +5, whereas Fitzpatrick and Rickie Fowler had been amongst those that simply missed the lower at +6. Day missed the lower at +8, which was the identical rating Gary Woodland carded despite a great par save.
Getting into the weekend, there’s a three-way tie for the lead between Scottie Scheffler, Corey Conners and Viktor Hovland, who’re all sitting at 5-under par. Justin Suh and Bryson DeChambeau are tied for fourth at 3-under par.