Highlighted by the first ace at the par-3 ninth at the Tour Championship, Chez Reavie carded a second-round best, 6-under 64 on Friday at East Lake, but trails the lead by six.
Play was suspended and players were removed from the course because of inclement weather in the area Friday afternoon at the Tour Championship.
No one had ever made a hole-in-one at the par-3 ninth at the Tour Championship until Chez Reavie stepped on the tee Friday at East Lake. Then things changed.
Xander Schauffele has a strong affinity for East Lake. After a win in his first Tour Championship start in 2017 and a T-7 finish last year, Schauffele kept the trend going in Thursday's opening round.
Justin Thomas strolled into East Lake on Thursday with a two-shot cushion, but it's Xander Schauffele who seized control of Thursday's leaderboard at the Tour Championship.
Justin Thomas starts the week with a two-shot lead and an even bigger target on his back. Even with the upper hand, he's more vulnerable than the previous FedExCup leaders who came to East Lake.
After all the slow-play dust settled from Liberty National, Bryson DeChambeau took to social media to address what ended up being the main talking point over the weekend at The Northern Trust.
It's been quite a year for Gary Woodland. In June, he broke through for his first major victory at the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. But it won't be the highlight of his year.
Most people are just happy with getting their drive somewhere in the fairway, clear of all water, bunkers or the dreaded trees. But Maurice Allen is not most people.
Being in top, physical shape isn't exactly a necessity in succeeding on the golf course. But it certainly helps when you're going for a Guinness World Record.