Andrew Putnam birdied two of the last three holes Friday for a 6-under 65 and a share of the second-round lead with Russell Knox in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Golf is famous for its odd penalties and rules infractions, and the one received by South Korea's Seung-Yul Noh on Friday at the Barclays certainly fits the description. And it's rare, too.
Angel Cabrera no longer has to fret about that streak of disappointments in non-major events on the PGA Tour.
Jordan Spieth had another bogey-free round Friday in the Players Championship and shot a 6-under 66 to trail Martin Kaymer by one shot going into the weekend.
A city known for its star power has a PGA Tour event filled with fairy tales off Sunset Boulevard.
Chris Kirk had a chip-in birdie, another birdie from off the green and one long par save to take the lead Friday in the McGladrey Classic.
George McNeill hit six shots Friday morning at Sea Island to finish off his 8-under 62 and take a one-shot lead in the McGladrey Classic.
Heavy fog allowed Brian Gay a quick nap, and he no longer felt so sluggish after traveling halfway around the world from Shanghai to Sea Island.
On a day of low scoring, Brooks Koepka kept up his end of the bargain and stayed in the lead at the Frys.com Open.
Roberto Castro missed the U.S. Open at Merion. It felt as if he was playing one Thursday in the AT&T National at Congressional.
Phil Mickelson and Nick Watney are tied for the lead going into the final round of the Wells Fargo Championship, minus the separation from the rest of the field.
Phil Mickelson has figured out the secret to the greens at Quail Hollow. Or maybe he's just had a lot of good bounces for two days.
Andres Romero shot his second straight 7-under 65 on Friday to take a one-stroke lead in the PGA Tour's Puerto Rico Open
Kevin Na didn't feel comfortable about anything Saturday except his name atop the leaderboard Saturday at The Players Championship.
Jason Dufner and Padraig Harrington felt cautious at times for different reasons Friday in the Transitions Championship. They also had a far different outcome.
George McNeill birdied the last three holes for a 3-under 69 to rally past Japanese star Ryo Ishikawa and win the Puerto Rico Open on Sunday.