High winds wreaked havoc on the 162-player field on Thursdayat the eGolf Tour's Oldfield Open, being contested at both Oldfield Country Club and Chechessee Creek Club in Okatie.
Chris Naegel, Ryan Nelson and Joey McLister are the tournament's co-leaders through 36 holes at 6-under 136.
Naegel, who entered the second round in solo-second place following an opening 66 at Oldfield, carded three bogeys and three birdies at Chechessee Creek during Thursday's morning wave to finish with an even-par 70 to remain at 6-under for the week.
Nelson, has arguably played the most consistent golf of anyone this week, with rounds of 68-68 and only two bogeys through 36 holes of play.
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McLister, who opened his week with a 4-under 68 at Oldfield on Wednesday, continued his stolid play with another 68 at Chechessee Creek on Thursday to reach 6-under par.
Tied for fourth, one shot behind the trio of leaders, are six-time eGolf Tour winner Frank Adams III, Adam Cohan, Fernando Mechereffe and former South Carolina Gamecock George Bryan IV.
Last weekend's winner, Clemson product Brent Delahoussaye shot a 69 and sits tied for 16th at 2-under 140. Hilton Head Island resident Nathan Stamey shot a 72 and stands tied for 30th at 1-under 141. Tied for 38th are Hilton Head Island resident Chris Epperson and Bluffton resident Joel Hendry at even-par 140.