SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — One major isn’t enough to satisfy Henrik Stenson, who put himself in the mix for another one Friday at the PGA Championship.
Stenson saved a shaky start in the rain at Baltusrol with a 3-wood that just landed on the front of the green at the par-5 18th and settled 3 feet away for an eagle, turning his fortunes and sending him to a 3-under 67.
That gave the British Open champion a one-shot lead at the midway point of the second round. He was at 6-under 134, one shot ahead of Martin Kaymer (69) and Patrick Reed (65).
Jimmy Walker, whose 65 led after the opening round, played in the…