Bryson DeChambeau fired two eagles in a spectacular 12-under par 60 and a one-shot lead over Jon Rahm and Patrick Cantlay as darkness halted the BMW Championship second round.
The long-hitting American’s power was on full display on the 7,542-yard Caves Valley Golf Club course in suburban Baltimore, Maryland.
DeChambeau had a six-foot birdie putt at the 18th that would have given him just the 13th sub-60 round in US PGA Tour history, but he couldn’t get it to drop.
The world number six, who won his first major title at the US Open last year, hit just seven of 14 fairways in regulation, but he split the fairway at 18, where his approach sailed over the pin and spun back to six feet.
Until that birdie miss DeChambeau had made all 16 of his putts from within 12 1/2 feet.
“I misread the putt, so, one of those things,” DeChambeau said. “It was an awesome opportunity.
“I had a couple…