The wicked conditions at Olympia Fields weren’t conducive to scoring on Friday, yet Rory McIlroy and Patrick Cantlay managed to turn in their first under-par rounds of the week as they enter Saturday as co-leaders at the BMW Championship. Cantlay’s 2-under-par 68 was tied for the best round of the field in Round 2, which bumped him from just outside the top 10 on the leaderboard to T1, while McIlroy strung together his most complete round this week led by a whopping 355.5 yard average off the tees as his length and precision powered his run up the standings.

There was hope for some rain overnight to soften conditions at this course a bit to open up scoring, but the moisture never came and it looks like Saturday is shaping up to be more carnage. The top players in the world have all of a sudden found themselves…

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