Kisner stays relaxed at PGA 'building forts' with daughtertheScore
Kevin Kisner has won twice on the PGA Tour in his career, but he's never come close to winning a major championship.
Kisner shares the 36-hole lead at the PGA Championship with Hideki Matsuyama at 8-under par, and will tee off in the final group on Saturday at 2 p.m. ET.
While other inexperienced players in this position would normally watch television or movies to kill time prior to their tee time, the 33-year-old spent his Saturday morning playing games with his daughter.
"We're busy all morning playing every game they make and enjoying it," Kisner told Amanda Balionis of TNT. "I probably won't get to see her tonight after we get done. So I had a morning full of it."
When asked which were the most popular games to play with his daughter before the third round of a major championship, Kisner said it was a creative one.
"Really into fort building so, I've been building a lot of forts today. Lots of sheets, and they break it all down and want another one."
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