Luke Donald played well before rain and wind hit the RBC Heritage
K.J. Choi hit the front on day two of the RBC Heritage in South Carolina and Luke Donald also shot a fine second round.
Last Updated: 19/04/14 8:27am
South Korea's Choi took advantage of an early tee time, holing out three times from outside 20-feet as he shot a four-under-par round of 67 to reach five-under for the tournament and lead by one.
However, half of the field were still out on the course when play was stopped just after 3pm and the second round will have to be completed early on Saturday morning, barring further bad weather.
Australian Robert Allenby is currently in second place at four-under and has played just five holes of his second round, picking up a pair of shots along the way.
But joint first-round leader Matt Kuchar suffered a terrible start, making a pair of double-bogeys in his first six holes to drop back to one-under.
Tough going for Spieth
And Masters runner-up Jordan Spieth endured a tough morning, falling six strokes off the pace after a 74 that included a double-bogey at the par-four 18th, where he three-putted from 10 feet.
But Donald has a fine record at this course and is two shots behind Choi after signing for a second-round of 69.
"If I'd got hot with the putter it could have been really special but, still, a very solid round, and glad I'm done," said Donald.
"You've got to keep it in play and plot your way around this course, that's why I've had some success here.
"It's not a course you can overpower and you need to be proficient around the greens. I hit 15 greens and, with these small greens, it's a job well done."