Stewart Cink fired his second straight round of eight under 63 Friday in day two of the RBC Heritage setting a tournament 36 hole record of 126, three shots better than the previous low mark set in 1975 by Jack Nicklaus and matched in 2002 by Phil Mickelson. Cink’s bogey free round included an eagle on the part five second and six birdies.
Cink is vying for his third tartan jacket and has a five shot lead at the midway point over Corey Connors. Emiliano Grillo is another shot back at ten under par, Former champion Wesley Bryan carded a five under 66 and he leads the state contingent at eight under par. Lucas Glover (-6), Dustin Johnson (-5), Russell Henley (-3) and Matthew Nesmith (-2) are the others with state ties to make the cut which fell at two under.