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Golf roundup: Inbee Park leads suspended U.S. Women's Open
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Southampton, N.Y. • Inbee Park led the U.S. Women's Open with the second round suspended by fog.

The top-ranked Park shot a 4-under 68 on Friday for a 9-under total to lead fellow South Korean I.K. Kim by two strokes. The horn sounded with Park on the 18th fairway, and the group finished the hole. She calmly sank a birdie putt from about 12 feet to move closer to history.

Park is seeking to win the year's first three majors; no one has accomplished that feat in a season with at least four. She has five victories this season.

Kim shot a 69 in the morning session.

Of the players yet to finish the round, the closest, England's Jodi Ewart Shadoff, was five strokes back with three holes to go.

PGA Tour

Jordan Spieth, playing with nothing to lose, gave himself another chance to win going into the weekend at the AT&T National in Bethesda, Md. Spieth hit every green in regulation and extended his streak to 29 holes without a bogey on a tough Congressional course, giving him a 5-under 66 and a share of the lead with Roberto Castro (69) before storms halted the second round. They were at 7-under 135, with the round to be completed Saturday morning.

Champions Tour

Fred Couples roared through his first 11 holes in the second round of the Senior Players Championship in Pittsburgh, ripping off seven birdies at water-logged Fox Chapel to take the lead at 11 under.

Then the weather managed to do what the defenseless course could not, stopping the Hall of Famer with a sudden downpour that suspended play for the day with most of the field still on the course. —

Leaderboard

U.S. Women's Open

Inbee Park -9

I.K. Kim -7

Lizette Salas -4

Angela Stanford -3

Jessica Korda -3

Golf • Second round of tournament cut short because of fog.
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