NORTON, Mass. — what a day for scoring and spectacular shots at TPC Boston during the second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Seung-yul Noh chipped in from 67 feet for an eagle at the 304-yard, par-4 fourth hole to get to 11 under. At nearly the same time, Chris Kirk holed out from 160 yards for an eagle at the 10th that moved him to 9 under.
McIlroy, who entered the Deutsche Bank Championship ranked fourth in the FedExCup, actually had been cruising along in the lead after making an 11-footer for eagle at the 18th hole and an 18-footer for birdie at No. 1. But he bogeyed his next two holes to fall back to 10 under.
Kirk is now tied with Bryce Molder at 8 under after a bogey at the 10th hole. Jason Dufner, who appears to be showing no ill effects from taking last week off, has made three birdies through 12 holes and is 7 under for the tournament.
- Deutsche Bank Championship
- Rory McIlroy