Patrick Reed, left, walks back to the clubhouse as a rainstorm delays play during the second round of the Hero World Challenge golf tournament on Friday, Dec. 5, 2014, in Windermere, Fla. (AP Photo/Willie J. Allen Jr.)
Willie J. Allen Jr.
December 06, 2014

WINDERMERE, Fla. (AP) A chip and a putt was all Jordan Spieth needed to complete his 5-under 67 and maintain a two-shot lead in the Hero World Challenge.

Spieth and Steve Stricker were the only players who chose not to finish the rain-delayed second round because of darkness. Spieth was just short of the 18th green. He chipped to 5 feet and saved par. He was at 11-under 133, two shots clear of Henrik Stenson.

Stricker three-putted from about 50 feet, missing a 4-footer for par. He had a 73 and was seven shots behind.

Tiger Woods was in last place and in the first group Saturday under mostly sunny conditions. Woods was 14 shots out of the lead in his first competition since the PGA Championship on Aug. 9.

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