Brandt Snedeker was poised for an early exit, and Kevin Streelman looked poised for his second PGA Tour victory.Both looked headed in opposite directions at the RBC Heritage, as Streelman was tied with two others for the lead after a rain-delayed second round at Hilton Head Island, S.C.The biggest surprise was Snedeker, at No. 5 the highest-ranked player in the field. Days after leading the Masters on Sunday before faltering, the 2011 Harbour Town winner opened with a 73 and had a 71 Friday to finish at 2 over — one over the projected cut line.Streelman, who won his first title last month at the Tampa Bay Championships, shot a 1-under 70 and was tied at 6 under with Charley Hoffman and 34-year-old rookie Steve LeBrun.Hoffman, like Streelman, followed an opening 66 with a 70. LeBrun shot his second straight 68. Luke Donald and Bill Haas were a stroke back. Donald had a 68, and Haas shot 69.Seventeen players were unable to finish. The rain was forecast to continue overnight but end today.Streelman had three birdies in his first four holes. He added a final birdie on the par-5 15th and parred out to move on top and put himself in contention on the tricky, narrow fairways and small greens of Harbour Town.Streelman’s life hasn’t changed much since the victory in Tampa Bay, just his approach to the game.“I do feel a bit freer to be in the position I am, say, in a week like this,” he said. “Because I’m not worried about a top 10 or a top 5 or keep your card. And I can just go out and try and win a golf tournament.”The attitude worked for Streelman at the RBC Heritage, where his best showing in four previous appearances was a tie for 17th last year. Streelman’s turnaround began before the Tampa Bay victory when he decided it was better to think long term instead of over-emphasizing the past week’s tournament successes or failures.“If I play well on the weekend, great. If I don’t play well, great,” he continued. “I know I’m doing the right things from my practice and workout and for a lifestyle situation for the long term with my career.”Hoffman, seeking his third PGA Tour career victory and first since 2010, closed with birdies on his final two holes, the eighth and the ninth, to catch Streelman.“It feels good to get the blood flowing a little bit and have a chance on Sunday,” he said. “Obviously, would like to make a bunch of birdies and pull away, but it usually doesn’t happen out here.”After graduating from Florida Atlantic in 2000, LeBrun played golf’s minitours and Triple-A circuits until earning his PGA Tour card at qualifying school last fall. It has taken time, he said, to adjust to the harder courses and uptick in competition. LeBrun’s missed the cuts in five of his eight events on tour this year and hasn’t finished higher than 24th at the Puerto Rico Open last month.“It feels good,” he said. “It’s one of those things I always knew I had the game to be out here and I plan on being in this position a lot of times,” he said.The RBC Heritage featured 14 of the world’s top 29 in the field, including three in the top 10 in Snedeker, Donald (No. 6) and Matt Kuchar (No. 9) during a week that’s generally a time for the game’s best to decompress after the Masters. Several, like Masters champ Adam Scott and world Nos. 1 and 2 in Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy, are doing just that.Windier conditions late in the round kept opening-round leaders from going lower. Brian Davis, who led with a first-round 65, was 5 over on his first nine holes Friday to fall back with a 75.Masters contender Jason Day also couldn’t capitalize after a strong 4-under start Thursday. Day, tied for third at the Masters, had three bogeys on his first 10 holes on the way to a 73.U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson shot even par to stay three shots behind at 3 under. Marc Leishman, who tied for fourth at Augusta National, had his troubles, too — he sailed an approach shot on No. 9 that struck a woman in the grandstands — yet recovered for a 71 and remained two shots behind.John Daly followed a first-round 71 with an 81 Friday and will miss the cut at 10-over 152. British Open champion Ernie Els also is on the way out after consecutive 73s.Petterson leads LPGA eventSuzann Pettersen shot a 4-under 68 on Friday at wind-swept Ko Olina to maintain a one-stroke lead after the third round of the LPGA Lotte Championship in Kapolei, Hawaii.The 32-year-old Norwegian, a 10-time LPGA Tour winner ranked sixth in the world, had a 14-under 202 total.South Korea’s Hee Kyung Seo was second after a 66. She made three straight birdies on the back nine for a share of the lead, but dropped back with a bogey on the par-4 18th.Defending champion Ai Miyazato was third at 11 under after a 70.Pettersen, a stroke ahead of Miyazato entering the round, birdied the first three holes and got to 14 under with a birdie on the par-4 seventh. The European Solheim Cup star bogeyed the par-3 eighth, and got the stroke back with a birdie on the par-5 14th.Bryant, Frost co-leaders at Greater GwinnettBart Bryant and David Frost topped the first-round leaderboard Friday in the Champions Tour’s rain-delayed Greater Gwinnett Championship in Duluth, Ga.The start of play was delayed four hours by rain. There were 57 players still on the TPC Sugarloaf course when the round was suspended because of darkness. Bryant completed a 4-under 68, and Frost was 4 under with five holes left.The first round will be completed Saturday morning, followed by the second round.The 50-year-old Bryant is a rookie on the Champions Tour who was away from golf for three years due to two surgeries on his left wrist.Frost, the Toshiba Classic winner last month in California, has finished in the top 10 in each of his five events this season.Six players were 3 under, including Duffy Waldorf and Neal Lancaster, who completed their rounds.American out front in SpainPeter Uihlein of the United States shot a 4-under 68 Friday to take a one-shot lead after the second round of the Spanish Open in Valencia, SpainUihlein had six birdies and two bogeys on the Parador de El Saler course, leaving him at 6-under 138.Chile’s Felipe Aguilar remains in contention for his second European Tour victory. He is one stroke behind with France’s Raphael Jacquelin and Sweden’s Rikard Karlberg.Five players are another shot back. Spain’s Sergio Garcia is seven strokes off the lead after a 73.