Leon, Mexico (Sports Network) - Michael Putnam was 1-under par through seven
holes to remain atop the leaderboard as Friday's second round of the Mexico
Championship was suspended for the night.
Putnam was the first-round leader after shooting 64 on Thursday. He was joined
in the lead by Tyrone Van Aswegen, who fired a 65 on Friday.
Michael Connell (67) is alone in third place at minus-8, while Jeff Klauk (71)
moved into a share of fourth at 7-under 137. Klauk was joined there by Stephen
Jaeger, who was 2-under through his first two holes of round two at El Bosque
The first round was finished on Friday after a lightning delay halted play on
Thursday. That led to the round being suspended due to darkness.
Round two was in the midst of a lengthy weather stoppage when play was halted
for the day on Friday.
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