A brilliant second round from Richard Bland sees him leading the British Masters at the half-way stage at The Grove in England.
Richard carded a second round -7 under par 64, and he is still bogey free after two rounds, at the British Masters, and leads by one shot with a -11 under par total.
Richard likes to play in England, and of course it helps when you are holing putts;
“Whenever you play at home, either here or at Wentworth, you’ve got your family there supporting.”
“Other people come up, your friends, so it’s nice just to hear those extra cheers for you.”
“I’ve holed out fantastically well, not only these last two days but probably over the last three or four months.
“If I can keep that going, hopefully I’ll be there on Sunday.
Sharing second place at -10 under for the tournament are Alex Noren, -6 under 65 today, and Andrew Beef Johnston, also -6 under 65 today.
Beef was happy with his round today, despite the two bogey’s;
“I’m very happy. I thought I played well yesterday in the wind and managed to make a few more birdies today.”
Alex unfortunately dropped two shots on his last hole today;
“Sometimes it goes like that. I’m happy about today. I played a lot better than yesterday.”
Somehow Jamie Donaldson got himself disqualified after eight second round holes, I can not find any explanation of this occurrence.