Kevin Streelman and Charley Hoffman entered the second round of the RBC Heritage near the top of the tournament leaderboard and managed to earn the lead on Friday along with Steve LeBrun, who finished three strokes under par for the second consecutive day.
Seventeen golfers were still on the course when play was suspended Friday. The second round will resume at 8 a.m. Saturday.
The leader Thursday was Brian Davis after he finished the first round with eight birdies and a score of 65, but he wasn't nearly as successful on Friday, finishing the day with four consecutive bogeys. His score of 75 dropped him from the tournament lead to a tie for No. 25 on the leaderboard at two strokes under par.
The cut line after two rounds was set at one stroke over par, which was one stroke too high for Brandt Snedeker and Hunter Mahan, who each finished the first two rounds at two strokes over par. Snedeker finished a disappointing Masters performance in a tie for sixth after entering the final round in a tie for the lead and didn't have a strong showing at the RBC Heritage, either, knocking in just three birdies in 36 holes.
With two rounds remaining in the tournament, 24 golfers are within three strokes of the lead and 37 are within four strokes.