HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) The RBC Heritage has resumed after a three hour, 43-minute delay Friday because of strong winds and storms that have caused problems elsewhere in the Southeast.
Officials halted things and cleared the course of spectators shortly before 1 p.m. as winds rattled flagsticks on greens.
First-round leader Shane Lowry had started his second round with two birdies before the horn sounded. He was 8 under and a stroke in front of world No. 1 Dustin Johnson and Emiliano Grillo, whose round included a two on the par-5 fifth hole.