HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. (AP) — Brandt Snedeker gets to play on at the rain-delayed RBC Heritage after the second-round wrapped up Saturday morning.
There were 17 golfers left on the course when the second round was suspended Friday evening because of darkness and impending rain. Then the cut was at 1-over par and Snedeker was among the group at 2-over after shooting 73-71 the first two days.
Yet the fifth-ranked golfer was among the additional 21 players who got in. There are 91 players who made the cut, tying the PGA Tour record established in 1981 at the Travelers Championship.
Snedeker will have plenty of work left to catch co-leaders, Kevin Streelman, Charley Hoffman and Steve LeBrun, who sit 6-under par.
Luke Donald and Bill Haas are a stroke behind at 5 under.