Li was our over par after 11 holes when a thunderstorm halted play on Friday afternoon at Bellerive.
China'a Li Haotong withdrew from the PGA Championship before the second round resumed on Saturday morning due to a wrist injury, the PGA of America announced.
"Honestly, I haven't hit it great, up to my standards, these first couple days", Finau said. "Tomorrow is going to be a long day for a lot of us and try and get back at it early". The third round will be played in groups of three, teeing off from hole No. 1 and hole No. 10, about 30 minutes after the second round on Saturday.
American Gary Woodland still leads after a four-under 66 helped him set a record 36-hole score at the tournament. Schwartzel, Dustin Johnson, Thomas Pieters and Rickie Fowler are tied for fourth place, but Fowler only completed hole No. 10 before leaving the course on Friday for the delay.
"I feel safe because I feel safe where my game is", Woodland said. "I'm not too anxious with what anyone else is doing out there".
Kisner, Koepka and South African Charl Schwartzel each flirted with the lowest all-time major round of 62 fired by South Africa's Branden Grace in the third round of last year's British Open at Royal Birkdale. Kisner birdied to go 8 under as well and regained a one-stroke lead with a birdie on 18, finishing his first nine holes in 29 strokes. "Having said that, I would have shot a much higher score yesterday". "I didn't know that was such a rivalry. Most majors the weekends get hard, but I think this course you're going to have to keep shooting birdies".
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Woods' back nine was more mixed as he suffered bogeys on 10 and 12, but the 14-time major victor countered that with two further birdies after hitting four on the front nine for a 66, which took him to four under overall. The former world No. 1 ended his second round with a four-under, 66 - good for six shots back of the lead.
Woods, 42, found himself three-over par after the first two holes. Schauffele (70-67) is 3 under for the tournament.
"My caddie said something walking off", Koepka said. I thought I had made it. "You never know what can happen on the weekend".
Koepka defended his US Open crown in June, the first back-to-back US Open victor since Curtis Strange in 1988-89.
A roar resounded across the 7,316-yard layout when Woods dropped a six-foot birdie putt at the par-5 eighth to pull level with the chase pack behind Koepka and Woodland.
Kevin Kisner birdied 10, 11, 13 and 15 to move to 7 under, pushing Woodland to second temporarily.