Graeme McDowell was last night set to make his first cut since the PGA Tour's restart after returning from a self-imposed two-week lay-off.
The Portrush star had opted to sit out the last two tournaments after his caddie Ken Comboy tested positive for coronavirus a fortnight ago and, when the pair returned to action this week, it was with a welcome upturn in form.
McDowell had missed his previous two cuts since top-level golf swung back into action last month but, when play was halted due to a storm for the second time last night at the Workday Charity Open, the World No.49 was already in the clubhouse at three under for the week after a one-over-par second round.
That had placed him in a tie for 19th, two shots inside the projected cut mark of a tightly packed leaderboard.
Leader Collin Morikawa was also back in the clubhouse on 13 under after opening up a six-shot advantage over second-placed Ian Poulter, who is eyeing a fourth PGA Tour win.