HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- Thanks to four birdies in his first six holes, Charley Hoffman has a two-stroke lead early in the third round of the RBC Heritage.
He's not the only one off to a good start, however.
Webb Simpson is also 4 under (though 10 holes) and within three of the lead, one back of Steve LeBrun, who's currently alone in second.
Bill Haas is also three off the lead, while Jerry Kelly is another stroke back along with Graeme McDowell.
In other words, it's a crowded leaderboard with a lot of big names looming behind Hoffman.
But Hoffman has played well of late. He's played his last 10 rounds under par, dating back to the first round of the Shell Houston Open, where he eventually tied for 20th.
A week later, he finished third at the Valero Texas Open.
He's also played well here before, tying for 12th last year.
There have been also been six second-round leaders/co-leaders who have won in 15 stroke-play events this year.
The last second-round leader to win here? You don't have to look very far: Jim Furyk in 2010.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- Kevin Streelman, Charley Hoffman and Steve LeBrun have teed off in the final group of the day at Harbour Town, and already they've been caught.
Bill Haas birdied the first hole to get to 6 under and create a four-way tie atop the leaderboard.
How long it stays that way, we'll see.
Seven others are just a stroke back, including Will Claxton, who is 4 under through his first eight holes.
Chris Stroud and Jason Day are also in that group, having played their first seven holes in 3 under.
Another 13 players are 4 under, including Jerry Kelly, who made the turn in 3 under.
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- With a season-high 91 players having made the cut at the RBC Heritage, another cut will come at the end of the third round. Players also teed off on Saturday in groups of three and off both tees.
When they did, they were greeted with a much different golf course than on Friday when Harbour Town played more than a stroke over par.
Heavy rain battered the area overnight and early Saturday morning with 1.2 inches falling.
With a soft golf course and little wind, scoring has been good so far.
Jerry Kelly is 3 under through his first five holes and within two of the lead.
Jason Day, who struggled to a 73 on Friday, is 2 under through his first two holes and also within two.
The last group of the day -- Kevin Streelman, Charley Hoffman and Steve LeBrun, all at 6 under -- will tee off at 12:30 p.m. ET.
At the moment, 26 players are within three of their lead, and only nine shots separates the top of the leaderboard from the bottom.
A staggering 91 players made the cut at the RBC Heritage after 17 players returned to the course Saturday to complete the second round.
Jesper Parnevik missed a six-footer on the 18th hole to shift the cut line to 2 over. The 91 players to made the cut tie the record since 1970 -- 91 players also made the cut at the 1981 Travelers Championship.
After the round, Parnevik (@JesperParnevik) tweeted, "Everybody in the field at +2, put your envelopes in my locker..."
Among the names who made the cut on the number: 2011 RBC champion Brandt Snedeker, two-time RBC winner Boo Weekley, Zach Johnson and Hunter Mahan.
James Driscoll, who has pledged $1,000 for every birdie he makes to victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, was also at 2 over and will tee it up in the third round.
Only eight shots seperated the field ahead of the third round.
By Brian Wacker, PGATOUR.COM
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. -- Harbour Town Golf Links is one of the tightest golf courses on the PGA TOUR. After two rounds of the RBC Heritage, the leaderboard isn't much different.
Three players shared the lead at 6 under when the horn sounded for dangerous weather with 17 players still left to complete the second round.
Kevin Streelman, Charley Hoffman and Steve LeBrun are all one shot clear of the field.
Luke Donald and Bill Haas are a stroke back, while seven others, including Graeme McDowell are in at 4 under.
In all, 21 players are within three of the lead.
The 17 players who didn't finish their second round will return to the golf course at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday.
A few of them could affect the cut, which is currently 1 over. That includes Jesper Parnevik, who will have a 5-foot par putt on the 18th hole when he returns.
Even before the bad weather blew in, scoring proved difficult as winds swept across Harbour Town, increasing as the day went on.
The scoring average for the second round was more than a stroke over par and no one was lower than 4 under with just 43 players breaking par.