Kisner leads in Shanghai; Spieth, McIlroy 10 off pace (Reuters)

American Kevin Kisner continued his birdie barrage to take a two-shot halfway lead at the WGC-HSBC Champions, where stronger winds in China on Friday contributed to a frustrating day for a rusty Jordan Spieth and poorly Rory McIlroy. While Kisner fired a bogey-free six-under-par 66 for a 14-under total, world number two Spieth could only muster a level par 72 to sit on four-under alongside McIlroy, who was still feeling the after effects of a bout of food poisoning. The world number three’s frustrations boiled over with a rushed three-putt bogey on the 16th and he found water on the last with his approach but did well to get up and down for a par five.

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