Brian Davis, who nearly won the 2010 RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing before calling a penalty on himself in a playoff won by Jim Furyk, posted a 6-under-par 65 in Thursday morning's opening round, and it stood up for the overnight lead.
A swarm is close on his heels, though.
Kevin Streelman and Charley Hoffman both shot 5-under-66s on Thursday. Marc Leishman, Jason Day and Johnson Wagner are another stroke back, and a group of 16 at 3-under includes Greenville native Bill Haas, defending champion Carl Pettersson, U.S. Open champ Webb Simpson, 1999 Heritage winner Glen Day and former Players Amateur champion Camilo Villegas.
Never miss a local story.
Here are links to what you need to know as today's second round begins.
Today has been designated as Autism Awareness Day, in support of golfer Ernie Els' foundation. Those going to Harbour Town today are asked to wear blue.
If you missed our special section Thursday, click here to see a PDF version.
Tournament action will be broadcast live today on The Golf Channel at 3 p.m.