Matsuyama shares lead at soggy PGA

Kevin Kisner plays out of the bunker on the 17th hole during the second round of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club

Kevin Kisner plays out of the bunker on the 17th hole during the second round of the PGA Championship at Quail Hollow Club

Day declined to speak to reporters as he left the clubhouse following an anything-but-boring back nine that included three birdies, two bogeys, a double bogey and that eight on the 18th.

Phil the Thrill offered no thrills whatsoever to those in Charlotte with rounds of 79 and 74 at the PGA Championship, missing the cut by a mile and looking every bit his age of 47 - if not older.

Jordan Spieth, who will have to wait until next year to try to complete the career Grand Slam, opened with six consecutive pars.

"I looked down and I could see it was completely bent".

He can count on two FedEx Cup playoff events, but he'll probably have to show some form to advance through the PGA Tour's postseason and, more importantly to him, give USA captain Steve Stricker a reason to pick him for the Presidents Cup.

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Splendid run: Hideki Matsuyama took advantage of greens softened by an afternoon storm to reel off five birdies on a six-hole stretch.

Jason Day started looking like the player who was No. 1 for so much of previous year.

"I don't like to think that I stole one", Thomas said of his third round. Just missed a birdie on 18. "I've always played other sports throughout my life and I've never been the biggest guy, so I had to find a way to get things done".

American World No.1 Dustin Johnson, Japanese World No.3 Hideki Matsuyama, Spanish World No.6 Jon Rahm and Australian World No.7 Jason Day all scored 70 each to put them in a strong position after one round.

But while insisted that two 67s could still be enough to earn him his fifth Major title on Sunday, the field was moving away from him when play was suspended for one hour and 42 minutes when a thunderstorm hit the course.

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Kisner, who is seeking his first major championship victory, has not fared well in the game's biggest events and is keen for that to change this week. One also one needs to score off the par-fives because you are not going to get too many chances. "I'm healthy. And just let it fall into place'".

"It was painful with every swing but it didn't affect me for the first time this week, so that was nice". What really hurt me on the first nine was the two three putts on the 14th and 17th.

Day plunged out of contention with a quadruple-bogey at the last, while Kisner eked out a one-over 72 on a Quail Hollow course that bared its teeth despite little wind. Instead, he's heading in the opposite direction after making bogey on two of the first five holes.

Things started to go haywire right after he made the turn. "I was just scared it was going to tighten up really badly but it should be fine". What result to expect now from Quail Hollow?

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