Brooks Koepka and Jamie Lovemark share the lead after 36 holes at The Northern Trust. The duo are 10-under par, and one shot ahead of Adam Scott.
Here are seven things to know after two rounds at The Ridgewood Country Club.
- Bryson DeChambeau leads among the Ryder Cup hopefuls at 8-under par. Phil Mickelson and Tony Finau were also in the hunt at 6 under. Kevin Kisner was 4 under, while Tiger Woods was even par. Xander Schauffele hurt his chances with a MC.
- Dustin Johnson recorded his second triple-bogey of the week (R1/17th), marking the first time DJ has recorded at least two triple bogeys in one tournament since the third round of THE PLAYERS 2015 (75).
- Despite hitting 16 of 18 fairways, Woods produced a second-straight even-par round as he continues to struggle with putting, ranking 111th in the field for Strokes Gained: Putting (-3.006).
- A win by Brooks Koepka would move him to world No. 1 for the first time in his career. Justin Thomas would also move to No. 1 with a win as well as long as DJ finishes T3 or worse.
- Alex Noren (+1), Francesco Molinari (+2), Justin Rose (+4) and Jon Rahm (+6) – all expected to be part of the European Ryder Cup team – missed the cut.
- Eleven (11) players ranked between Nos. 101 and 125 in the FedExCup have been eliminated from the Playoffs after missing the cut: Richy Werensky, John Huh, Tyler Duncan, William McGirt, J.T. Poston, Vaughn Taylor, Grayson Murray (WD), Ryan Blaum, Scott Brown, Nick Taylor, Harris English.
- Kevin Na shot the highest score in the second round of all players who made the cut. Na followed up a first-round 67 with 75 to drop 62 spots (from T7 to T67).