With play in the PGA Tour’s Bermuda Championship suspended for darkness on Friday, Branden Grace has probably done enough to be able to play at the weekend after carding a second-round one-under-par 70.
He moved to one-over for the tournament, in a share of 58th, nine strokes back from halfway leader Wyndham Clark and Ryan Armour. He was right on the number for the cut.
He started well on the 10th hole in Southampton, Bermuda, making a birdie there. A bogey on the 13th was followed by birdies on 17 and 18 ahead of the turn. He was unable to make any more gains on his homeward nine, and a dropped shot on the eighth saw him to his one-under total.
He’ll be working on his accuracy off the tee on the weekend, as he’s hit just half of the fairways so far. He’s also hit just over 61 percent of the greens in regulation.