Henry appears to be making cut at PGA; play Friday suspended

J.J. Henry is on the cusp of making the cut and playing the weekend at the 94th PGA Championship, with play at Kiawah Island, S.C., suspended due to darkness.

Henry, who played Friday morning, stands at 5-over-par, following up his first round 72 with a 77 in the second round.

The Fairfield native trails the leaders — Vijay Singh, Tiger Woods and Carl Pettersson — by nine strokes.

The cut will be made at 10 strokes off the lead, which is at 4-under.

Play was completed with one group still finishing. Joost Luiten, one of those whose play was stopped is 1-over through 17.

If the lead remains 4-under, the cut will be at 6-over.

Only five golfers were under par as winds buffeted Kiawah Island Friday, with the morning tee times hit particularly hard. Singh posted the lowest round of the day, a 3-under 69.

The third and fourth rounds will be broadcast on CBS.

Henry qualified Sunday, Aug. 5, posting his second PGA Tour victory at the Reno-Tahoe Open, posting a score of 43 points in the Modified Stableford System. Henry beat Alexandre Rocha by one point.

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