While the golfers were putting up low scores, the only thing that could stop them was mother nature.
Storms halted play with half the field of 156 still on the course, the rain-soaked layout having surrendered three rounds Friday to rival the lowest in major golf history.
Kisner made bogey on No. 9 and finished the day with a 64, one stroke behind Woodland and one ahead of Brooks Koepka, victor of the past two U.S. Opens.
When their respective second rounds of the PGA Championship were complete, it was Woodland crossing the finish line just before Kisner, taking the tournament lead at 10-under par to Kisner's 9-under.
Kisner shot 29 on the back nine - his first nine - and was threatening to shoot a tournament-record 62 but bogeyed the final hole and settled for 64. The 28-year-old shot three-under 32 on his first nine before birdieing the first three holes on the front.
Woodland didn't drop as many putts in his second round, but triggered a huge roar from the crowd on No. 8, his second-to-last hole of the day.
Woods, who had begun his second round at level par, continued from where he left off on Friday as a birdie - his fourth of the round - on his resumption moved him to four-under overall but his back nine was a battle. Tiger will play 11 more holes Saturday morning to complete that round before playing the normal 18 holes of the third round.
The galleries at Bellerive Country Club for the PGA Championship were so thick that Gary Woodland's parents, Dan and Linda, weren't always able follow the flight of their son's golf ball as it tore off they tee boxes Friday morning.
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Finau was among five players who accompanied Furyk to France this summer for a scouting trip at Le Golf Nacional, the host course of the September 28-30 Ryder Cup matches.
"For me, I'm very happy with where I'm at".
"I'd like it to be kind to me this weekend".
"I'm all right with it", Kisner said.
"I have my brother on the bag, and he's doing a great job, really enjoyed it". The golf course is gettable and I'm holing a few putts.
"I'm hitting the ball very solid. Sometimes you are in your own mind and don't know where you are at".
"I feel safe because I feel safe where my game is", Woodland said.