Stewart Cink shoots 8-under 63 | Round 2 | RBC Heritage | 2021

Highlights
In the second round of the 2021 RBC Heritage, Stewart Cink carded an 8-under 63 to get to 16-under for the tournament and take a five-stroke lead over the field into the weekend.

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The RBC Heritage returns to its traditional post-Masters spot on the PGA TOUR schedule after serving as the second event in last year’s Return to Golf. While Dustin Johnson missed the cut at the Masters, the reigning FedExCup champion and South Carolina native will be headlining the field at Harbour Town Golf Links. Webb Simpson is the defending champion. Each of the last eight winners at the RBC Heritage are back in the field for 2021, including two-time champion Jim Furyk. Will Zalatoris, who was in the final group Saturday at the Masters, will make his RBC Heritage debut, while Collin Morikawa, Tommy Fleetwood, Sergio Garcia, and Daniel Berger round out a stellar field.

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