BMW's second round highlighted by 5 hole-outs


The heavy rains that suspended Thursday's opening round dramatically softened up Cherry Hills, allowing the BMW Championship field to do some serious pin seeking on Friday.

We'll start with Daniel Summerhays' unorthodox pitch-in for eagle at the par-5 fifth:

To answer Frank Nobilo, yes, that was the fifth hole out of the day in Denver, and we've got the remaining four below, including two from Sergio Garcia.

The Spaniard got off to a good start with this super sandy for birdie from the greenside bunker on No. 2:

After four straight pars, Garcia then cashed in for eagle from 126 yards on the par-5 seventh:

From 80 yards closer on the same hole, Ryan Palmer played this pitch and run for an eagle of his own on No. 7:

And finally, Kevin Na - after an undetermined amount of waggles and re-grips and mental anguish - got in on the action from the bunker beside the 15th green:

No balata balls were harmed in the making of these highlights.