SPRINGFIELD, N.J. – Seems a Claret Jug isn’t enough for Henrik Stenson.
The addition of the Wanamaker Trophy to his collection would do just fine.
The Swede, ranked No. 5 in the world, brought his current form across the pond following his victorious performance in the British Open and is in contention to win a second consecutive major championship. With another 67 on a Friday that broke with rain and ended in brilliant sunshine, Stenson moved into striking position at Baltusrol Golf Club in the 98th PGA Championship.
At 6 under, Stenson will have to run down Jimmy Walker, who is seeking his first major championship and first win in 37 starts, and Robert Streb, who hasn’t had a top-10 since last year’s PGA but posted the 30th 63 in major championship play.
Walker is well within reach of the Wanamaker after a 6-under-par 66 left him at 9 under and atop the leaderboard with Streb (68-63) through 36 holes. Walker and Streb tied the record for lowest
Article source: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/golf/pga/2016/07/29/pga-championship-henrik-stenson-jason-day-jimmy-walker-robert-streb/87762938/
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