Posted May 23, 2013 on AP on Fox
South Africa's James Kingston shot a 6-under 66 on Thursday at Wentworth to take the lead during the suspended first round of the BMW PGA Championship. Afternoon play was delayed for about 90 minutes because of the threat of lightning and five groups were still on the course when the round was suspended for the day because of darkness. Finland's Mikko Ilonen opened with a 67, and Scotland's Scott Henry and Spain's Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano shot 68. Austria's Martin Wiegele also was 4 under with five holes left. Sergio Garcia, the Spanish player whose verbal sparring with Tiger Woods turned ugly this week when he said he would ''serve fried chicken'' if he had dinner with Woods, opened with a 72. Second-ranked Rory McIlroy bogeyed five of the last six holes for a 74, and playing partner Graeme McDowell, coming off a victory Sunday in Bulgaria in the Volvo World Match Play, also had a 74. McIlroy had 33 putts. ''I feel as though I am p...

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Ryan Palmer throws a 62 on the scoreboard at Colonial. James Kingston leads BMW; Big names struggle. Floods force Pure Silk Classic first round to be reduced to 12 holes. Michael Putnam leads in Mexico. Haas, Waldorf early leaders at Senior PGA. And away we go... Euro Chief George O'Grady out-Sergio's Sergio. Sergio says O'Grady's remark...
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