Jon Rahm has a two-shot lead at the Memorial Tournament following a rain-delayed second round in Ohio.

The Spaniard shot a superb second-round 65 to move to 10 under par, helped by a hole in one on the 16th.

Patrick Cantlay posted a score of 67 and begins the weekend on eight-under while Rahm's compatriot Rafa Cabrera Bello looked on course to join him at that mark before a horror triple-bogey on 18.

Ireland's Shane Lowry hit two double bogeys on his front nine before the stoppage but rallied this morning - including two birdies in his last three holes - to finish with a one-under round of 71. That leaves him on four under par and joint-ninth with five other players, including Cabrera Bello

Rory McIlroy carded an even par 72 for the second successive day and is tied 45th.


Overnight leader Collin Morikawa struggled amid the poor weather, carding two birdies, a bogey and a triple bogey through 12 holes as he fell to a share of eighth spot.

Cantlay started on the back nine and went par-birdie-bogey through his first three. But he would go on to birdie another five holes, including the three finishing holes.

It was a long day for Cantlay, who had to play 33 holes on Friday. "Yeah, I'm pretty tired. I woke up at 4:30 (Friday) morning and started my warm-up and played 33 and this golf course is one of the harder walks, so, yeah, it was a pleasant surprise to birdie the last three," he said.

"We're out there for such a long time today that you could fall asleep at the wheel a little bit," Cantlay continued. "

So being cognisant of that and checking in with yourself, are you as focused as you can be, when you need to be, I think is key."

Players affected by the rain delay will resume their second rounds on Saturday morning.