“I moved between my legs, hit my knee, and somehow swerved into my shirt,” the spectator explained to a microphone captured by the PGA Tour at the Liberty National Golf Club in Jersey City, New Jersey.
World number one John Ram, the reigning US Open champion, takes center stage by one stroke after shooting four goals under 67 in the second round on Friday.
The FedEx Cup sees a player collect ranking points throughout the season with the top 125 players participating in the first playoff.
The playing field was reduced with the last 70 players competing in the Tour Championship in Atlanta in September, with the FedExCup champ winning $15 million.
The final round of the Northern Trust Championship Sunday could be rescheduled to Monday due to Storm Henry.
“We are closely monitoring Tropical Storm Henry and its potential impacts on the Northern Trust,” the PGA Tour said in a statement on its website on Friday.
“We’ll be doing Henry’s track all day tomorrow [Saturday] We expect to release the plan and schedule for the final round late Saturday afternoon.
“Henry is currently not expected to have any impact on the forecast for Monday. Depending on the forecast path of the storm, the final round is likely to be rescheduled for Monday,” the statement added.
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