The PGA Tour is in Cromwell, Conn., for the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.
We are tracking all of Friday’s second-round action. Follow along…
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Travelers Championship tracker
UPDATE No. 12 (7:05 p.m. ET): Spieth ends the day with the lead at 8 under, a one-shot margin over Patrick Reed and Troy Merritt. Rory McIlroy makes the cut on the number at Even Par, while Jason Day misses out by one.
UPDATE No. 11 (5:45 p.m. ET): Jason Day misses a short put for par at 18 to have any chance to make the cut. The miss means bogey and +1. That will absolutely miss the cut, which will come down at either -1 or E.
UPDATE No. 10 (5:25 p.m. ET): Rory McIlroy finishes bogey-par-bogey, and that might be a problem. That’s a 73 and he’s even par. That puts him currently in a tie for 71st … just outside the cut. He may come up one shot short of the weekend. We’ll see…
UPDATE No. 9 (4:45 p.m. ET): Patrick Reed is now just one back after a birdie at 13. Rory McIlroy birdies 14 and 15 to move to 2 under and get some breathing room from cutline (currently at even par).
UPDATE No. 8 (3:42 p.m. ET): Rory McIlroy bogeys No. 11 to move to 2 over for the day. He’s now just 1 under overall. Even par is the current cut, so he has to be careful. DeLaet, by the way, falls out of the lead entirely with a double bogey at the par-5 13th. He’s now one back at 7 under.
UPDATE No. 7 (3:08 p.m. ET): Patrick Reed birdies Nos. 1, 6 and 8 to reach 6 under overall. He’s just three back.
UPDATE No. 6 (3:03 p.m. ET): Graham DeLaet birdies Nos. 11 and 12 to move to 4 under for the day and 9 under overall. He’s now the solo leader by one.
UPDATE No. 5 (2:08 p.m. ET): Jason Day is a fighter. After opening 2-over 72, he’s birdied three of his first four to get back under par for the week.
UPDATE No. 4 (2 p.m. ET): Beau Hossler finishes the day with 69 to find himself 5 under and just three back at the moment. Graham DeLaet is the biggest threat to Spieth’s lead at the moment, as the Canadian is 7 under overall through seven holes in his second round.
UPDATE No. 3 (1:06 p.m. ET): Spieth would bogey the fifth but par his last four holes to shoot 1-under 69 and get in at 8 under for the clubhouse lead. Here’s a recap of where he stands after completing 36 holes.
UPDATE No. 2 (11:16 a.m. ET): Spieth birdies the third to move to 9 under. He rolled in a 35-footer there to do it. He’s still two clear.
UPDATE No. 1 (10:45 a.m. ET): It’s still early, but this week might be the Jordan Spieth show. A double bogey on No. 13 (his fourth hole of the day, and a par 5, no less) couldn’t derail Spieth. He still went out in even par and then birdied No. 1 to reach 8 under. He has a two-shot lead now. But look who’s lurking … that would be fellow ex-Longhorn Beau Hossler, who is 6 under overall through seven holes in his second round. Anyway, here’s Spieth’s latest birdie.
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