Bryson DeChambeau and Lucas Herbert share the lead after the second round of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic at 12 under par. Herbert carded second round 63 which was the best round for the day while DeChambeau signed for second consecutive 66. Spaniard Alvaro Quiros and the 1994 champion Ernie Els share third place at 11 under par.
Second round leaderboard:
DeChambeau had fun day on the course. World number five carded seven birdies, one eagle and three bogeys today. After the end of his round he said:
“I thought after yesterday getting it around not making a bogey was awesome, but today, even more impressive with three bogeys on the card to still shoot six under. I just felt uncomfortable, unfortunately, and consequently just I am not ball-striking my best. But hey, I’m not complaining one bit.”
Lucas Herbert is still looking for his European Tour victory. He was satisfied with his performance today and said:
“I knew I just had to take advantage of them (the back nine) straight out of the gate. I did that with an eagle-birdie-birdie start, and kind of just kept flowing. I was like seven under through about 11 holes, and it just felt like I was cruising. I probably left some out there to be honest.”
Matthew Fitzpatrick leads the way at Omega Dubai Desert Classic
The defending champion Haotong Li shares 5th place and he is only two shots behind.