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Storms interrupt some of the chaos at the Players Championship


PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Chad Ramey has become the only player to reach double figures under par in the Players Championship. The TPC Sawgrass, as usual, had the last laugh.

Ramey put two tee shots in the water on the island’s 17th green Friday for a five-time bogey that cost him a three-stroke lead on a day of wild swings and, possibly, wild weather.

Round two was suspended with half the field unable to complete the round due to a storm system expected to dump half an inch of rain onto the players’ stadium course.

South Africa’s Christiaan Bezuidenhout and Canada’s Adam Svensson tied the lead at 8 under par, both doing what it takes to stay ahead on this course. They didn’t make a bogey on Friday – Bezuidenhout on 14 holes, Svensson on 11 holes – and they only have one for the week.

Ben Griffin was the head of the clubhouse. The former mortgage manager, who had already had a phone call in Bermuda late last year, was playing an exquisite trick until he took a double bogey on his final hole for a 1- less than 71.

Griffin was 6-under 138. Two-time major champion Collin Morikawa was 6-under on 11 holes, while Min Woo Lee was 6-under with three holes to go in his round.

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