Scores were low early on Day 2 of the 100th PGA Championship, but no one got off to a hotter start than Kevin Kisner.
Kisner, starting on the back nine, made six birdies over his first nine hole and turned in 6-under 29 [Bellerive plays as a 35-35, par 70].
Check out some of the highlights from Kisner's Friday start:
Kisner was leading the championship, at 9 under par, through his first 27 holes. He shot even-par 35 on his second nine, with one birdie and a closing bogey, for a 6-under 64. He finished the day one back of leader Gary Woodland.