Cameron Percy walks by dead minnows on the 11th fairway during the second round of the Byron Nelson golf tournament, Friday, May 29, 2015, in Irving, Texas. Overnight storms flooded parts of the golf course delaying the start of play.(AP Photo/LM Otero)
LM Otero
May 29, 2015

IRVING, Texas (AP) Jordan Spieth surged into contention on a day the Masters champion isn't sure he will see again at his hometown AT&T Byron Nelson.

Spieth and every other early finisher within three shots of the lead had a birdie 2 on what was supposed to be the par-4 14th Friday. An overnight rain storm turned one of the signature holes at the saturated TPC Four Seasons into a pitch-and-putt par 3 at 105 yards.

Jon Curran was the early second-round leader at 9 under, one better than Cameron Percy with other contenders unlikely to finish after the start was delayed three hours. He shot 63 - 6 under because par became 69 for one round at least because of the rain.

Spieth shot 64 and was 6 under for the tournament.

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