Stewart Cink turned in another blistering round of 63 at Harbour Town Golf Links to set the 36-hole scoring record and lead the RBC Heritage by a commanding five shots.
The 47-year-old, who hasn't made a bogey since his opening hole on Thursday, played flawlessly in Round 2. Cink carded six birdies and an eagle to create a comfortable cushion over Corey Conners.
"It doesn't feel like anything all that special, to be honest," Cink said after his round, according to ASAP Sports. "We just kind of worked our game plan.
"We haven't had too much wind, and so this course without a lot of wind, there's just not that many surprises when you have a lot of experience around here, and I think we've kind of gotten what we expected out of most of our shots, and we've put it in the right place a lot, and really the key is we haven't put it in the wrong place very often."
Cink is a two-time winner at Harbour Town and is in a great position to claim his third. The Alabama native is only the third player in PGA TOUR history to open a tournament with two rounds of 63 or better and hold a 36-hole lead of five or more, according to the 15th Club's Justin Ray. The other two players to do so before Cink held on to win.
Conners held the lead briefly following his 7-under 64 Friday morning. The Canadian overcame a double-bogey on No. 14, his fifth hole of the day, with six birdies on the back nine to reach 11-under for the tournament.
Here's how the top of the leaderboard stands going into the weekend:
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Dustin Johnson shot 4-under on Friday to easily climb inside the cutline. Johnson sits in a share of 19th.