Second round at RBC Heritage resumes after weather delay

Ruben Hill
April 20, 2019

The RBC Heritage second round was suspended due to strong winds and rain in SC with Ireland's Shane Lowry holding a one-stroke lead.

Weather conditions are expected to be improved when he finishes off the round first thing on Saturday - with American Trey Mullinax vying to take over at the top of the leaderboard.

Lowry moved in front with a two-putt birdie on the par-5 15th.

Storms had earlier delayed play in SC, where Lowry, 32, had held a one-stroke lead after round one. The Irishman birdied his first two holes to get to 8 under before play was halted due to rain and wind.

World number one Dustin Johnson and Argentine Emiliano Grillo had finished their rounds and were tied for second at seven-under 135 after both shot 67.

Johnson, second at the Masters last week, had his fifth round in the 60s in his past six here.

The PGA Tour's best are back for their yearly visit to Harbour Town Golf Links for the 2019 RBC Heritage.

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