Lee will make history -Probably
|lee westwood on the way......|
Highlighting the international flavour of the Tournament, Austrian Bernd Wiesberger continued his recent outstanding form with a well-earned 66 with seven birdies to climb up the leader board to end the day in 3rd position at eight under par (-8).
Graeme McDowell felt the heat and had a 67 to follow his 66 yesterday and is still very much in the hunt.
Meanwhile Paul Waring took advantage of his early start to finish one shot better than yesterday and now at seven under par (-7) is ready to strike over the weekend. “To be honest I struggled with the heat but managed to keep my concentration right and am ready to go forward from here,” said the Englishman who celebrated his 30th birthday this week following his wedding six weeks ago.
Frenchmen Gregory Bourdy had a hole-in-one on the 15th to make the first Ace since Simon Dyson in 2009 and matched his first day’s 70 with a second round of two under par (-2).