Rickie Fowler kept bogeys off his card for the second straight round Friday for a 4-under 66 and the lead in the PGA Tour's Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.

In some respects, it was identical to Fowler's opening round — no bogeys, another 66 in windy conditions and a big par save on his 10th hole. Having started on the back nine, Fowler worked himself out of a tough spot well right of the fairway and managed to get up and down for par.

Fowler ended his round with a 25-foot birdie putt on the ninth hole to reach 8-under 132.

Jimmy Walker finished birdie-eagle for a 66 and was one shot behind. Sergio Garcia had a 69 and was another stroke back.

Fowler is the first person to go bogey-free over the opening 36 holes at the Honda Classic since it moved to PGA National in 2007.

Also Friday, PGA Tour officials said Jason Bohn suffered a mild heart attack. Bohn complained of chest pains after his round and went to see the medical staff at PGA National. He was taken by ambulance to a hospital and was to be held overnight. He was in stable condition.

Amy Yang takes lead in LPGA event

• Defending champion Amy Yang shot a 3-under 69 to lead by a stroke halfway through the LPGA Thailand in Chonburi. Q Baek (71) and Americans Jessica Korda (66) and Lexi Thompson (72) were tied for second.

Auto Racing

Inspection costs Kyle Busch

The car of Sprint Cup champion Kyle Busch car failed a post-qualifying inspection, leaving him at the back of the pack instead of on the pole for Sunday's Folds of Honor 500 Sprint Cup race in Hampton, Ga.

The ruling left brother Kurt Busch as the pole winner at Atlanta Motor Speedway.

Kurt Busch had the top speed at 191.582 mph before he was topped by Kyle's lap of 191.668 mph in the final round.

A laser inspection revealed the rear toe, which affects alignment, on Kyle Busch's car did not meet specifications.

Soccer

Infantino to lead FIFA

Gianni Infantino pulled off a stunning victory to take over as FIFA president and called for a fresh start for soccer's scandal-wracked world body.

Infantino, a 45-year-old former lawyer from Switzerland, rose to the top after a tense, six hour-plus election process.

Infantino got 115 of the 207 eligible votes in the second round to earn a decisive majority over Sheikh Salman of Bahrain, who had been the strong favorite entering the election.

Baseball

Indians' Almonte suspended

Abraham Almonte, expected to help fill an outfield gap for Cleveland, was suspended for 80 games by Major League Baseball after testing positive for the performance-enhancing drug Boldenone.

His absence will coincide with that of All-Star Michael Brantley, likely out for the first portion of the season after shoulder surgery.

Cubs add Victorino

•The Chicago Cubs signed veteran outfielder Shane Victorino to a minor league contract. Victorino, 35, hit only .230 in 71 games for Boston and the Los Angeles Angels last season.

AROUND THE HORN

Women's tennis: Carla Suarez Navarro knocked off No. 3-ranked Agnieszka Radwanska 6-2, 6-0 and reached the final of the Qatar Open in Doha. She will next face Latvian 18-year-old Jelena Ostapenko, who reached her first WTA Tour final when Andrea Petkovic retired with a leg injury while trailing 7-5, 1-0.

Men's tennis: Stan Wawrinka and Marcos Baghdatis will meet in the final of the Dubai Tennis Championships. Wawrinka advanced when Nick Kyrgios retired with a back injury, and Baghdatis beat Feliciano Lopez 3-6, 7-6 (1), 6-1.

Sliding: Olympic champion Kaillie Humphries of Canada clinched the women's bobsled World Cup title by coming second to Elana Meyers Taylor of the United States in Koenigssee, Germany, in the final race of the season. Jamie Greubel Poser of the United States finished sixth in the race and took second place in the season standings. … Tina Hermann of Germany won the final skeleton race of the season and secured her first overall World Cup title.

Men's skiing: Alexis Pinturault dominated a men's World Cup giant slalom in Hinterstoder, Austria, becoming the first skier from France in 47 years to win two consecutive races in the discipline. He finished 0.79 ahead of Marcel Hirscher of Austria.

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