Jay Haas and Gil Morgan needed only three holes to move into a tie for the lead at the flood-delayed Senior PGA Championship at Louisville, Ky.
Haas, making his seniors debut, and Morgan wrapped up 4-under-par 67s late in the afternoon, tying Hale Irwin and Tom Watson, who played early Thursday.
Irwin and Watson were among 78 players whose second rounds were postponed until today.
Arnold Palmer, 74, withdrew yesterday because of a hip injury.
European -- Justin Rose shot a 6-under 66 to take a two-stroke lead in the second round of the Volvo PGA Championship at Virginia Water, England. The 23-year-old Englishman, who led the Masters after two rounds in April, was ahead of Phillip Price (65), Darren Clarke (67), Ernie Els (71), and Joakim Haeggman (67).
LPGA -- Just hours after Annika Sorenstam seemed assured of the second-round lead at the
Estill was at 13-under 131, one stroke better than the 36-hole record set last year by Lorie Kane and Catriona Matthew. Sorenstam was alone in second, four shots ahead of 2001 Corning champion Carin Koch, who had a 68.
PGA -- David Toms turned in his best round this year with an 8-under 63 that helped the defending champion lead Vaughn Taylor by a stroke after the second round of the St. Jude Classic at Memphis.
Ben Crane was third, five strokes back, after a 65 followed by a four-way tie at 136 with John Daly (65), Tim Herron (64), Paul Stankowski (69), and Ted Purdy (64).