Sirens blared across Bellerive, putting the second round of the PGA Championship on hold and ending a day of scoring rarely seen in a major.
Gary Woodland set the 36-hole record — for now, anyway — after a round where his driver wasn't as reliable, he didn't see many putts drop and he didn't hit the ball quite as well as the day before.
"I can live with that," he said Friday after a 4-under 66.
That put him at 10-under 130, breaking by one the PGA Championship record and tying the 36-hole score for all majors.
And it was only good for a one-shot lead over Kevin Kisner.
There were two rounds of 63, one 64 and six 65s. And that was only half of...