• Vijay Singh made light of the tough conditions at Kiawah Island on Friday to shoot a remarkable round.
  • Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano was one of the early starters, but the Spaniard fell away towards the end of his round and posted a 78.
  • Wales' Jamie Donaldson fared better and an excellent 73 left him -2 at the halfway stage.
  • Heavy overnight rain left puddles on some parts of the course, including this bunker which Aaron Baddeley found.
  • After a superb 69 on Thursday, Miguel Angel Jimenez's challenge faltered with a 77 that included a quadruple-bogey eight at the third.
  • Graeme McDowell battled hard and a 76 left him at level-par after 36 holes.
  • Sweden's Alex Noren found the going extremely tough and followed his superb opening 67 with a forgettable 80.
  • Adam Scott again showed no ill effects from his Open meltdown and maintained his solid progress with a 75 to finish at -1.
  • The man who beat Scott at Lytham, Ernie Els, also shot a 75 in his second round.
  • Phil Mickelson discusses a shot with caddie Jim 'Bones' McKay - Lefty boosted his hopes of contending with a fine round of 71.
  • Singh posted the round of the day as he defied the adverse conditions to fire a majestic 69.
  • The massed galleries at the first tee watch Tiger Woods get his second round underway.
  • Woods, who was playing alongside with Martin Kaymer, made a flying start to his second round with two birdies in his first four holes.
  • Rory McIlroy was also amongst the afternoon starters and found the going tough as he battled the strong winds.
  • First-round leader Carl Pettersson maintained his form as the majority of his rivals headed backwards.
  • Big-hitting Gary Woodland had a share of the lead at one point but fell away after a fine start.

USPGA - Day 2

Vijay Singh made light of the tough conditions at Kiawah Island on Friday to shoot a remarkable round.