Masters Tournament

Spieth at least has a chance in the final major, the PGA

Jordan Spieth warmed up on the range, rode the side streets in a van to get to the 10th tee and was ready to go Friday in the PGA Championship when he had to stand around for nearly an hour because of a rain delay.

No matter. He still came out firing.

And he hit just enough shots, and holed just enough putts, to get back into the mix at a major championship.

Spieth made three birdies in his opening four holes, along with a careless three-putt from just off the 12th green, to work his way up the leaderboard at Baltusrol. He wound up with a 67, the first time he had a sub-70 score in a major since the opening round of the Masters this year.

He still had plenty of...