Round 2 of the Sanderson Farms Championship was suspended due to darkness Friday with Byeong Hun An on top by a pair of strokes.
An was able to get through his second round in Jackson, Mississippi, firing a second straight 66 to start his tournament at 12-under. He began his round with six birdies through his first nine holes. The South Korean was dialed in with his irons, as only one of his birdie putts was longer than 8 feet.
J.T. Poston, George McNeill, Scottie Scheffler, and Tom Hoge sit two strokes back at 10-under. All four players were able to get their round in on Friday.
Cameron Percy (9-under) and Seamus Power (8-under) are in a good position to make a charge up the leaderboard on moving day. Each player only managed to get through 11 holes but still sit within striking distance.
Akshay Bhatia, a 17-year-old phenom, shot 70 on Thursday and 74 on Friday in his professional debut - good for even par. Unfortunately, it won't be good enough to play the weekend, as the projected cut line is 3-under.