SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — Hiroshi Iwata of Japan fired a 90-yard wedge from the rough on No. 18 that nearly rolled in before settling 3 feet from the cup. That tap-in par for 9-under 63 in his second round Friday was the best score at this year's PGA Championship and good enough to match the lowest single round in a major. "I'm honored to be here to be interviewed. But when I came in," Iwata smiled and said through an interpreter, "I thought it was going to be more people."I have seen these media centers on TV. I wanted to be interviewed."Iwata's round at Whistling Straits was 14 strokes better than his opening-day 77, which came in drier, much windier conditions. He was at 4-under 140 for the tournament, five shots behind leaders Jason Day and Matt Jones when play was suspended for the day because of a storm. Two months ago, Iwata shot 10-under 62 in the second round of the Thailand Open. Asked the difference between those rounds, he laughed and said, "Just one shot different. Nothing else." The 34-year-old pro has won twice on Japan's tour and is No. 2 on its money list. This is his first PGA Championship and only his second time playing in the United States, following an appearance at the Sony Open in Hawaii, where he failed to make the cut. His best finish on the PGA Tour was a tie for third at the World Golf Championships' HSBC event in November. This was the 27th round of 63 recorded at a major and the 13th at a PGA Championship. The previous one came from Jason Dufner at the 2013 PGA at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. "When I came here," Iwata said, "I was thinking just to make my game better and better and on Sunday, I can be in the top 10." HE FINDS THE WATER: John Daly proved he still has length. The club he threw kept going and going until it splashed into Lake Michigan, far enough from shore for a boy on a boat to fish it out and hold it up as if it were the Wanamaker Trophy.Daly, the 1991 PGA Championship winner, was in line to make the cut when he got to the lakeside par-3 seventh hole. But he hit a tee shot into the water, then another, then another. Finally, he aimed way to the left and found land with a shot. Realizing his week was done, he took the club and sent it whirling, helicopter style, into one of America's Great Lakes. He made 10 on the hole and finished his round at 10-over 82 and the tournament at 11 over.This was the 17th time Daly posted a double-digit total on a hole in a PGA Tour-sanctioned event. His last one was a 12 during last year's Valspar Championship at Innisbrook in Palm Harbor.Daly's 17 double-digit scores rank first on the list of current players, the PGA Tour said. Robert Gamez is second with five. Woods commits to one more tourney: Tiger Woods might not be ready to give up on his season just yet. Even after another disappointing day at the PGA Championship — where his sand wedge replaced his putter as the main player in his nightmare — Woods committed to playing next week in the Wyndham Championship, which would give him one more chance to squeak into the FedEx Cup playoffs. But Woods can still withdraw before Thursday's first round, and his agent, Mark Steinberg , ,said he would take the weekend to decide if he would play.At Whistling Straits, Woods was 4 over for the tournament, tied for 89th, with five holes to play when the second round was suspended. The projected cut was 2 over. more CHEESEHEAD LOVE: Packers QB Aaron Rodgers took advantage of a day off from training camp to play golf fan. He spent time following the Rory McIlory-Jordan Spieth-Zach Johnson group but mostly took in the view of the PGA Championship from a hospitality tent. "I only noticed him on the last couple of holes," McIlroy said. "It was cool to see him out here." Rodgers is one of Spieth's favorite athletes. "I think it's really cool that … he would come down to watch considering (the Packers) had a game (Thursday) night," Spieth said. Rodgers threw 19 passes in Green Bay's preseason win at New England. ESPN contributed to this report.