HAVEN, Wis. -- As the sun heads towards the horizon at Whistling Straits, the name Jordan Spieth remains near the top of the leader board. In itself, this is not surprising.
That Spieth is there despite finding spots of the course Pete Dye didn't know existed is staggering. Or, if you're a tour colleague of Speith's, heartbreaking.
"I'm not pleased with the way I'm driving the ball at all," said Spieth after his Friday round at the PGA Championship. "I'm hitting some quick draws when I'm playing a normal shot, which is weird. I haven't had that really this whole year."
You would think these comments came after a 75. Instead, Spieth recorded six birdies on the day, finishing with a five-under 67. At six under for the tournament, only David Lingmerth has a better score in the clubhouse.