DeLaet, Donald share lead after 2 rounds at RBC Heritage

Webb Simpson tees off on the 18th hole during the second round of the RBC Heritage golf tournament in Hilton Head Island S.C. Friday

On a day where scoring wasn't easy and no one shot lower than 70, 52 players were on level par or better and within three shots of the lead.

Bryan, a SC native who played college golf for the Gamecocks, was four shots behind entering the day but moved into contention with four consecutive birdies on the front nine.

Donald is a regular contender at Harbour Town Golf Links and the Englishman appears set to challenge once more.

Tway birdied the par-5 sixth - his 15th - to reach 9 under, then dropped shots on the par-4 seventh and ninth at TPC Sugarloaf.

Lee shot six brides and a bogey to open with a five-under 66 which puts the Kiwi number one in a six way tie for fifth. The South Carolina native has also finished 11th or better in four of his last seven stroke-play starts.

"Where I stand with regards to my card the best thing I can do is just focus on my golf", he said.

"It's always nice to come back to places you feel comfortable and you've had success".

Jutanugarn won five times last season and was the LPGA Tour's player of the year. "I just got into the round and was swinging well and tried to give myself as many looks as I could".

He and Simpson are one shot clear of Bud Cauley, Pat Perez, Jason Dufner, Nick Taylor and Sam Saunders.

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Luke Donald, a four-time runner up in the US PGA Tour's Heritage, pitched in for a birdie at 18 on Friday to seize a share of the halfway lead alongside Graham DeLaet.

European - Gregory Havret took the outright lead at the Trophee Hassan II in Morocco as he moved to 6 under par after Friday's second round. Through 36 holes he has 11 birdies and just one bogey.

It was the second straight day Donald made birdie at the iconic hole. "I've played with him a few times before and it should be fun".

"It's in flawless condition, the course is just in great shape and we always enjoy it here. I think he deserved it".

Levy has not played since finishing fourth in Malaysia in the middle of February, but showed few ill-effects as he carded four birdies and an eagle in his 71.

"It's exciting to bring all that hard work over the last eight weeks back out on the golf course".

Belfast's Michael Hoey shot a 73 to add to his first round 76, leaving him on three over par but he missed the cut.

Charley Hoffman was a big story last week at the Masters after holding the first round lead.