Matt Kuchar was hoping he would be able to finish his second round Friday night at Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas. He ended up with the lead -- and a very early wake-up call.

Kuchar had only three holes to complete in what so far was a bogey-free round, with his ball already on the 16th green. He was at 10 under and described the conditions as "just perfect right now."

But Kuchar was among 54 players still on the course when play was suspended at Hogan's Alley because of an impending storm system. The 18 groups that didn't finish are scheduled to resume the second round Saturday morning, just more than 121/2 hours after coming off the course.

"That's a bit of a bummer," said Kuchar, who opened with a 5-under 65. "It's no fun to wake up at 4:30 to get out here and play three holes."

At least Kuchar has the lead, by one stroke over Graham DeLaet, the Canadian who shot a 67 in a morning round completed before a 2-hour, 10-minute delay just after noon because of lightning.

DeLaet was at 9-under 131.

LPGA: Heather Bowie Young made five straight birdies while hop-scotching across the golf course in the Bahamas LPGA Classic.

Bowie Young made birdies on half of the 12 holes the LPGA Tour set up for a 6-under 39 at the Ocean Club, joining Silvia Cavalleri in the lead of a long, strange opening round that had no chance of finishing because of a three-hour delay.

Severe flooding earlier in the week left much of the course under water. The LPGA decided to use the holes that were available, and two of those holes had to be converted into par 3s because bunkers had caved in from a foot of rain that fell in a five-hour stretch Tuesday night.

The hope was to complete three rounds of 12 holes to make the inaugural event official. On the LPGA Tour, 36 holes have to be completed for it to count.

Senior PGA Championship: Russ Cochran and Kenny Perry each shot 5-under 66 at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis to share the second-round lead in the Senior PGA Championship.

The longtime Kentucky friends were at 7-under 135. They will play together for the third straight day Saturday.

European Tour: Rory McIlroy was one of five 2012 European Ryder Cup players to miss the cut in the BMW PGA Championship in Virginia Water, England, while Francesco Molinari (68, 6-under 138) took the lead at cold and wet Wentworth.

Two-time defending champion Luke Donald, Ian Poulter, Graeme McDowell and Paul Lawrie -- all members of Europe's winning team last year -- also dropped out early.

Sergio Garcia was five strokes back after a 71.