Jon Rahm looked to make a back-nine charge in pursuit of Brooks Koepka, who surged to a three-stroke lead in Friday’s storm-halted second round of the Masters.
Four-time major winner and LIV Golf rebel Koepka seized command with a sizzling five-under par 67 at Augusta National before a storm that uprooted three trees suspended play until Saturday.
Koepka torched the par-5 holes for an eagle and three birdies in a bogey-free tour. His superb shotmaking followed an opening 65, his lowest Masters round, and left him on 12-under 132 for 36 holes, three strokes in front of Rahm.
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“It was really solid. Didn’t really do too much wrong,” Koepka said.
“You’ve got to make birdies on these par 5s, take advantage of them, and did a…