Lee Westwood, with a flawless four-under-par 68 , took control of the second round of the weather-hit CIMB Indonesian Masters at Royale Jakarta Golf Club on Friday.
Lee said about his round;
“You want to be leading tournaments and I obviously got the hang of playing on this golf course. More importantly, I was patient and I didn’t force things to happen. I’m glad I finished. I can relax this afternoon and prepare for the weekend.”
Lee, the world number three made eight consecutive pars before two closing birdies for 11-under-par 133 at the $750,000 Asian Tour event.
Lee Westwood (AFP, Khalid Redza)
Lee is five shots clear of Kieran Pratt of Australia, who posted a sparkling 65 at the Royale Jakarta Golf Club. Play was abandoned at 5:27 pm local time due to the threat of lightning.