SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) -- A look at Friday's suspended second round of PGA Championship at 7,501-yard, par-72 Whistling Straits (all times EDT):
Storming: A driving rainstorm powered by 48-mph wind forced the suspension of play at 5:28 p.m.
Leading: Jason Day and Matt Jones were tied at 9 under when play was called. Day was on the 15th hole, and Jones on No. 4 ((his 13th hole of the day).
Pursuing: Justin Rose, on the 17th, was a shot back, with David Lingmerth already in the clubhouse another shot back at 7 under.
Tracking Tiger: Woods was in danger of missing the cut, projected to be 2 over after completion of the second round. He was 2 over for the day and 4 over for the tournament with five holes left to play upon returning Saturday.
Key statistic: The 18th hole continued to bedevil the field. Ranked the toughest through most of two rounds, it produced more bogeys (54) than pars.
Noteworthy: Hiroshi Iwata shot 63 to match the lowest round ever in a major. It was the 27th time the feat has been accomplished.
Quoteworthy: "I thought it was going to be more people." -- Iwata to reporters gathered for his post-round interview.
Shot of the day: Jordan Spieth holed out from a bunker at No. 18 for birdie to keep his momentum going.
Throw of the day: John Daly hit three tee shots into Lake Michigan on the par-3 seventh, then flung his 6-iron into the drink behind them for good measure.
Television: Saturday, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. TNT; 2 p.m.-7 p.m. CBS.