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12hBob Harig

Baltusrol full of surprises at 98th PGA

Another 63. Lengthy birdie streaks. Big-name players missing the cut, and lesser-known pros leading a major. The second round at the 98th PGA Championship seemed to have it all.

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Is Walker or Streb in better position? (2:18)
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Day: 65 is a solid round (0:31)
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Mickelson describes "the worst start of any player's round" (0:42)
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Matsuyama holes out for eagle (0:20)
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Walker feeling cool as USPGA joint leader (0:22)
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Spieth: 'I just can't get a putt to go in outside 10 feet' (0:25)
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Streb rediscovers swing for USPGA (0:22)
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Spieth struggling with putting at USA PGA (3:27)
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6hJason Sobel

PGA issues apology for wrong pin placement

Officials at the PGA Championship were forced to issue an apology Friday after it was discovered that the 10th tee placement was incorrect to start second-round play at Baltusrol.

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Walker in the lead after first round of PGA Championship (2:29)
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McIlroy struggles, Walker shines at PGA Championship (2:08)
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Watson's birdie putt just drops in (0:18)
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23hMichael Collins

Aces hard to come by in Round 1 grades

Not a single top-10 player in the world aced their first-round PGA Championship grade -- but a club pro did. Michael Collins hands out the hardware from Day 1.

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Day: Energy was zapped by group's struggles (0:35)
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Leader Walker happy with putting game (0:46)
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Across the Pond: European players to keep an eye on (2:34)
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Streb, Walker tied at PGA Championship

After shooting a record-tying 63 on Friday, Robert Streb is tied with Jimmy Walker at 9-under-par for the lead of the PGA Championship.

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Streb rediscovers swing for USPGA

Co-leader of the PGA Championship Robert Streb said he 'tweaked his swing a little bit' ahead of the year's final major.

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Day: 65 is a solid round

After shooting a 65 in the second round, Jason Day has moved to within two shots of the lead at the PGA Championship.

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Mcllroy: Disheartening to miss the cut

Rory McIlroy described missing the cut at the PGA Championship for the first time in his career as 'pathetic' and 'disheartening.'

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Walker feeling cool as USPGA joint leader

Jimmy Walker, the co-leader after two rounds at the PGA Championship, says it's 'really cool' to lead a major after two rounds.

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Eric Lundsten ESPN Producer 

Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb off at 2:55 PM ET on Saturday in the final round three pairing of the PGA Championship.

Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

With 86 players making the cut, the first tee time will be at 7:35 a.m. with the final pairing of Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb at 2:55 p.m.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

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Jason Sobel @JasonSobelESPN

Jason Day on his health: "No excuses. Guys have won on worse. Tiger at the U.S. Open with a broken leg. I've got a cold. It's not the same."

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Phil Mickelson on opening triple: "I think in the history of the PGA Championship, that's the worst start ever. I'd have to look that up."

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Rory McIlroy after missed cut: "If you gave anyone else in the field my tee shots this week, they'd be up near the top of the leaderboard."