Matt Kuchar got up early Saturday morning, made three quick pars to keep his second-round lead at Colonial and then went back to the hotel for a short break.
Kuchar's final three pars wrapped up his second consecutive 5-under 65 at Hogan's Alley in the rain-delayed event. His 10-under 130 put him a stroke ahead of Graham DeLaet.
Kuchar was among 54 players unable to finish the second round Friday night because play was suspended by an approaching storm, and after a weather delay of more than two hours earlier in the day.
''Perfect out this morning still,'' Kuchar said. ''It is a little bit awkward waking up at 5 a.m. and getting kind of a warmup in the dark. You don't always feel as comfy as you do in an afternoon one when you've gotten a proper warmup and you can see the golf ball and know what it's doing.''
DeLaet shot a second-round 67, even with three consecutive bogeys. But the Canadian finished without interruption before the midday delay Friday, giving him a more leisurel...