Windsor golf pro Jason Schmuhl was able to get through five holes on Friday at the PGA Championship before inclement weather postponed play on day two of the tournament at Bellerive Country Club outside St. Louis.
With about half the field still unfinished, course officials said play would resume Saturday.
Schmuhl, who shot a 4-over-par 74 in the opening round Thursday, was even through five before play was suspended.
The top 70 players and ties will make the cut after round two. Schmuhl was tied for 111th place with his unfinished total.
This is the second PGA Championship for Schmuhl, 46, the pro at Windsor Golf Course for 20 years. He is in the Analy High School and Santa Rosa Junior College golf halls of fame.
He is one of 20 club pros in the $10.5 million tournament, qualifying after a fourth-place finish in the PGA Professional Championship last month.
Schmuhl’s 4-over was among the top club pros in the field, though many hadn’t finished their second round.
Overall, Gary Woodland remained in the lead with a 4-under 66 Friday (10-under 130 overall) and a one-shot lead over Kevin Kisner. Rickie Fowler was 7 under after 10 holes.
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