Topeka native Gary Woodland made his way up the leaderboard at second round of the PGA Championship on Friday and now holds a 6-under par score in the tournament. With a 1-under score on the day, Woodland, who finished the first round just one shot out of the lead, is on top.
Woodland managed to take the lead through his first six holes on Friday, while Tiger Woods has made a push as well. Woods is 2-under for the day and is only one shot behind Woodland's lead. Along with Woods at second place is Ryo Ishikawa, who is also 2-under par for the day (through seven holes).
Vijay Singh finished the day 3-under par is currently tied for third place with 4-under par score of 140 through the first two rounds. Rory McIlroy is right there with Singh, but he's shooting +1 on the day through his first six holes.
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