Hideki Matsuyama began the second round of the 2019 BMW Championship four strokes off leaders Justin Thomas and Jason Kokrak, and he ended it with a one-stroke lead over the field. Matsuyama shot a 9-under 63 at Medinah Country Club, setting a new course record and giving him an edge over Patrick Cantlay and Tony Finau entering Moving Day on Saturday.

But the BMW isn’t settled yet. Halfway through the event, 13 golfers are within four strokes of the lead, including Rory McIlroy, Justin Thomas, Xander Schauffele and Tommy Fleetwood (23 golfers are within seven strokes of the lead). Plus, Tiger Woods is always lingering and in need of something special to vault himself into next week’s Tour Championship to defend his crown.

Weather conditions in Medinah, Illinois, should again be conducive to scoring on Saturday with a projected high of 82 degrees. Check out the full list of Round 3 tee times here.

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