Golf Digest Staff
Patrick Reed and Martin Laird are tied for the lead after the first round of The Barclays, each shooting a five-under 66 at Bethpage Black.
Si Woo Kim continues to hold his seat atop the leader board, now leading Rafa Cabrera Bello by four strokes at 18 under at Sedgefield Country Club.
Si Woo Kim shot a 10-under 60 in the second round of the Wyndham Championship, a tournament record and course record for Sedgefield Country Club.
Rafa Cabrera Bello and Kevin Na are tied for the Thursday lead at the Wyndham Championship at seven under, two strokes clear of the field.
Ryan Moore shot low at the John Deere Classic, finishing at 22 under and two strokes ahead of Ben Martin.
Ryan Moore holds the lead at the John Deere Classic at 18 under, leading Morgan Hoffmann and Ben Martin by one stroke.
Wesley Bryan, playing in his first event with his PGA Tour card, leads the John Deere Classic at 12 under.
Zach Johnson shot a six-under 65 in the first round of the John Deere Classic, two strokes off leader Andrew Loupe.
Marcus Fraser holds the clubhouse lead by three strokes early at the Olympics, following an opening eight-under 63.
Russell Knox won the Travelers Championship at 14 under, while Jim Furyk shot a PGA Tour record 12-under 58.
Daniel Berger, Tyrone van Aswegen, Marc Leishman and Russell Henley are tied for the lead at the Travelers Championship at seven under, with four players trailing by a stroke.
Vaughn Taylor, Andrew Loupe and Jerry Kelly are tied at six under, holding the first round lead by a stroke.
All about the Championship at Baltusrol
Jimmy Walker remains in the lead with nine holes to go in the final round of the PGA Championship, seeking a wire-to-wire win for his first major.
Jimmy Walker leads for the third consecutive round at the PGA Championship at 11 under, ahead of Jason Day by a stroke.
The third round of the PGA Championship was suspended until Sunday with 45 players needing to finish their round. Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb still lead at nine under for the time being.
Phil Mickelson could not get anything going on moving day at the PGA Championship, sitting at one under after three rounds.
Who were the winners and losers on Day 2 of the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol? Let's take a look with our daily roundup of birdies and bogeys.
Jimmy Walker continues to lead at the PGA Championship at nine under with Robert Streb, though Jason Day surged to seven under on Friday.
Henrik Stenson ascended to the lead following a three-under 67 on Friday morning, leading Patrick Reed, Jimmy Walker and Martin Kaymer by a stroke.