The American golfer Matt Kuchar leads the field at the halfway point in the Fiji International.
The world number 16 fired an even par 72 in blustery conditions at the Natadola Bay course, which included six birdies and six bogeys.
He's two over par for the tournament - two strokes clear of Australia's Aron Price who, along with David McKenzie, shot the lowest rounds of the day, a two under par 70.
Kuchar says it's a guessing game on a lot of holes, calling it a challenging couple of days, and says to get six birdies is hard to believe.
Former world number one Vijay Singh is the best placed Fijian golfer at nine over par, in a share of 12th place, after shooting a second round 75.
Sam Lee was the only other local to make the cut - he's tied for 41st at 13 over par.
Defending champions Steven Jeffress is eight shots behind the leaders alongside first round leader, New Zealand's Josh Geary, who shot a horror second round ten over par.