Day 2 in the Bermuda Professional Golf Association Stroke Play Championships proved to be another wet and windy affair.
Fortunately many were still able to produce some fine scores as potential upset maker, Chaka DeSilva enjoyed the best round of the day shooting a 2-under par 68 which vaulted him into first place after 36 holes.
DeSilva's round consisted of 4 Birdies and two Bogeys and has been playing well enough to be the rightful leader to this point.
The two tournament favorites Dwayne Pearman and Daniel Augustus continued to keep within reach of Desilva both sitting 3 strokes back.
Augustus had an up and down day but was fortunate to have 6 Birdies to offset his 3 Bogeys and a Double Bogey to shoot a 1-under par 69, while Pearman Birdied the final two holes to salvage a round he though was slipping away, to finish with a 2-over par 72.
Moving in to 4th spot was Dwayne Gibson with a 4-over par 74 and is 11 shots behind Desilva.