There are two players tied at the top of the True Thailand Classic leaderboard after 36 holes, Scott Hend and Pelle Edberg.
Australian Scott finished birdie-birdie to post a course record equaling -8 under par 64, to share the lead at the True Thailand Classic with Pelle Edberg of Sweden at -12 under par for the tournament.
Scott likes this course, and Thailand;
“I like this course, I like the area, I like coming to Thailand as it’s a friendly place. I always have a pretty good time.”
“After a lackluster effort last week in the WGC in Miami, we’ll see what comes now.”
“It’s good to get into position once again for the weekend, we’ll see what happens which is quite nice.”
Pelle was happy to see his name at the top;
“It feels nice to see your name up there. It gets easier as well but I hope I’m not as nervous about tomorrow as I was on Thursday.”
Home player Panuphol Pittayarat is in third place at -11 under par, he had a bogey free -7 under par 65 today.