Brad Adamonis is making the best of a rare chance to return home.
The Cumberland native, who has traveled the country for more than two decades playing professional golf, put himself in position to win the 86th Rhode Island Open Championship when he fired a second-round 66 at Ledgemont.
That gave him a 36-hole total of 9-under 133 and a tie for the lead with Michael Carbone, a URI grad and the 2009 champion in this tournament.
Daniel Augustus made the Cut shooting a Second Round 1-under par 70 to end the day T32nd at 2-over par.
Augustusí scorecard showed him with 4 Birdies, 12 Pars, 1 Bogey and 1 Double Bogey.
Augustus started with a Birdie on the Par 5 first, but had a Double Bogey on the Par 4 second to fall to 1-over. Back to back Pars was followed by a Birdie on the Par 4 fifth to move back to Even Par, he would then close out the Front Nine with four consecutive Pars.
On the Back Nine Augustus started with a Birdie, Par and Birdie on the first three holes to move to 2-under, he would then run off five consecutive Pars before closing out with a Bogey on the Par 4 eighteenth.