Peter Uihlein of America leads the Shenzhen International at Genzon Golf Club in China.
Peter shot a second round -4 under par 68 to lead the Shenzhen International by one stroke with his -9 under par total.
A bogey free back nine set the scene for a stress free day, apart from the wind;
“It was tricky today. The wind was swirling quite a bit.”
“I got the back nine out of the way pretty quickly. I played very solid. I felt like getting anything under par on the back nine was nice, and I played a pretty stress free front nine which is always good.”
“I don’t have much going on upstairs, just spacing out, doing my own thing and sticking to my own game plan.”
“I don’t really change it very often. It worked the first couple days so I’ll see how it goes from there.”
Kiradech Aphibarnrat is in second place, a -3 under par 69 today giving him a -8 under par total. Kiradech likes to play around the world, to gain experience;
“When I go out worldwide, I learn a lot of experience and I saw many top players play. Even this week, we have Bubba Watson around.”
“So it’s been helping Asian players to keep improving when we see all the star players, how they are playing, how they are playing the shots, and just adapt it to my golf game and it’s improving.”
Four players are tied in third place at -6 under par, they are; Emiliano Grillo, Gregory Havret, Matt Ford and Darren Fichardt.
Bubba Watson made the cut on even par, a +2 over par 74 today left him down T42, on what he called a tough course;
“It’s tough. I haven’t played very well. I haven’t putted very well. But it’s a beautiful golf course.”
Overnight leader Wey-yi Huang unfortunately made triple-bogey on the 15th, a par four, to drop back to -4 under par, carding +2 over par 74 today.