The guy in a red shirt put on quite a show Friday in the Hero World Challenge in Windermere, Fla., to get into contention.
That was Patrick Reed - and Tiger Woods watched it all.
Reed was 8 under through 10 holes and settled for a 9-under 63. He played alongside Woods, who showed signs of life on the back nine until ending his day with another flubbed chip shot. Woods shot a 70 and remained in last place.
A 90-minute rain delay kept two players from completing the second round.
Jordan Spieth had a 2-shot lead and was at 11 under. He chose not to finish the 18th hole. His ball was just short of the green, but Spieth said he couldn't see the flag from 30 feet away.
Brittany Benvenuto of Langhorne fired a 1-under-par 71 to move up into a tie for 78th place at 220 after three rounds of the LPGA Qualifying Tournament finals at Daytona Beach, Fla. Former Delaware County resident Ginger Howard shot a 74 for a 221 total and a tie for 92d. The field will be cut to the low 70 scores and ties after Saturday's fourth round.
SKIING Tina Maze of Slovenia won the women's World Cup downhill opener in Lake Louise, Alberta, while Lindsey Vonn finished eighth.
Maze, a double gold medalist at the Sochi Olympics, finished in 1 minute, 50.98 seconds.
The last time Vonn had skied in a World Cup race was last December. The four-time overall World Cup champion is returning to the World Cup circuit after a second knee operation.
COLLEGES A three-pointer by Yale's Jack Montague ended 28 years of frustration for the Bulldogs against in-state rival UConn and gave the Ivy League program what coach James Jones called its signature win. Montague's basket from the left corner with 1.7 seconds left lifted Yale (8-2) to the 45-44 upset of the defending national champions (3-3), their first victory against the Huskies after 13 consecutive losses dating back to 1986. It was Montague's only basket of the night.
A nine-game home winning streak - the second-longest in school history - ended for the Penn women's basketball team at the Palestra when four-time defending Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference champion Hampton used an early second-half run to surge to a 58-43 win.
Jordan Reed, a former star at Wissahickon High, will not return to the Binghamton men's basketball team and intends to transfer, the university announced. The junior guard was a two-time all-America East selection.