Spieth Holds Narrow Lead at Hero World Challenge

matthew-cohen
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Patrick Reed put on a show Friday at the Hero World Challenge.

Reed, playing alongside Tiger Woods at Isleworth, was 8 under through 10 holes and wound up with a 9-under 63 in the second round, which was delayed 90 minutes by heavy rain. Jordan Spieth elected not to finish his round in darkness, mainly because he had a tough chip short of the 18th green and couldn’t see the flag from 30 feet away.

Spieth was at 11 under, two shots ahead of Henrik Stenson, who had a 68. Reed was another shot back, along with Justin Rose. He became the third player this year to shoot a 63 while playing with Woods.