Jacobson leads in rain delay
Rain and thunderstorms battered TPC River Highlands for much of the day, causing a stoppage of over an hour early in the day and forcing the players off the course for good at 3:19pm local time. Play was officially called off at 6:30pm (11:30pm BST).
Jacobson was among the 76 players to complete their second rounds, with 77 more needing to resume last night.
Meanwhile, Inbee Park led at the halfway stage of the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic after a second-round 64 at the Grey Silo course in Ontario.
The Korean made eight birdies against a solitary bogey to move to nine under par and take a one-stroke lead ahead of compatriot Seo Hee-kyung, American Brittany Lang and China’s Shanshan Feng.