J.J. Spaun shot a six-under 65 on Friday at breezy TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas to take the lead in the suspended second round of the
Spaun rebounded from a bogey on the par-four third with birdies on the par-four fourth and par-three fifth and closed with a birdie on the par-five ninth to get to 11-under 131.
Kelly Kraft was second at eight under with three holes left when play was suspended for the day because of darkness. He had a hole-in-one on par-three fifth, using a six-iron on the 174-yard hole.
"I really didn't swing it as good as I wanted to off the tee," Garrigus said. "I was hitting some squirrelly shots, but the putter worked really well today, which can cure a lot of things."
"It was windy today," Baddeley said. "There were a couple holes there where it was like a two- or three-club wind, which is really unusual here in Vegas. But it's just nice because it really brings out the good ball-hitters and also the people who can be patient in this type of weather."
Seven tied at
Defending champion Shanshan Feng fired a six-under 66 to share a seven-way lead after the first round of the LPGA Tour's Japan Classic.
Feng carded six birdies in a bogey-free round at the Taiheiyo Club in Ibaraki and was joined at 6 under by Americans Lizette Salas and Jane Park, Japanese players Saiki Fujita, Ai Suzuki and Nasa Hataoka, and Lee Ming-yong of South Korea.
Feng was only one-under through 11 holes, but made five birdies in her last seven holes to climb into a tie for the lead. She is aiming to become the first golfer on the LPGA Tour to defend a title in 2017.
Anna Nordqvist was a further stroke back at five under, tied for eighth with South Koreans Sei Young Kim and Chae Young Yoon. Lexi Thompson offset three bogeys with seven birdies for a 68 and was tied for 11th in a group of 13 players including No. 1-ranked So Yeon Ryu, Lydia Ko and Stacy Lewis.
Nicolas Colsaerts shot a second consecutive seven-under 64 to take a four-stroke lead after the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open in Antalya, leaving the big-hitting Belgian in a strong position to end a five-year wait for a victory.
His last European Tour title came in the Volvo World Match Play Championship in 2012, the year he played a key role in Europe's comeback win at the
Eddie Pepperell was Colsaerts' nearest challenger at 10-under overall, after back-to-back rounds of 66. Kiradech Aphibarnrat is five shots off the pace after shooting 67, with Shane Lowry (66),