Jason Day has a good chance of heading into the third round of the PGA Championship with the lead.
Tiger Woods has virtually no chance of sticking around for more than another hour or so.
Golf has started back up at Whistling Straits. About 60 players came back early this morning to finish the second round.
Day made a birdie on the par-5 16th hole to get to 10 under par. That puts him alone in the lead, one shot ahead of Matt Jones.
And Woods? He failed to get up and down from the rough on No. 14 and settled for bogey. That dropped him to 5 over, which is three shots outside of the projected cut line.