AT A GLANCE
A brief look at the second round of the PGA Championship:
LEADING: Kevin Kisner and Hideki Matsuyama, who both were at eight-under 134.
JUST BEHIND: Jason Day shot a 66 to pull two strokes behind the co-leaders.
COME BACK SATURDAY: Play was suspended due to darkness with some two dozen players still on the course. They will finish Saturday morning, with the third round starting afterward.
QUEST FOR THE SLAM: Jordan Spieth shot a 73 to fall to three over, 11 strokes behind the co-leaders. He all but conceded he will have to wait until next year to go for the milestone.
MAKING THE CUT: For only the second time in six years, at least one club pro will make the cut. Omar Uresti shot a 70 and was at two-over 144.
NOTEWORTHY: The course played to an average score of 73.5 — more than a full stroke lower than during Round 1.
QUOTEWORTHY: “Probably 54 would be nice.” — Spieth, on what he thinks he must shoot to get back to contention.
KEVIN KISNER, hitting from a bunker on the 17th hole, has had little success in majors before this week.