Victor Dubuisson, France, has the 36 hole lead In Sun City at the Nedbank Golf Challenge in South Africa.
Victor carded a second round -2 under par 70 at the Gary Player Country Club to take the half-way lead in the Nedbank Golf Challenge, with a -6 under par total;
“I just try to play as good as I can each day, day after day.”
“Especially on this course, you’ve got to have a very solid game to do some good scoring.”
“The driver of course here is the key if you want to play well and today I didn’t miss many fairways, maybe one or two, and I played very solidly in the wind.”
“It’s the goal of the week to play Dubai because it’s been five years in a row that I’ve played the Dubai final. Of course I think about it.”
Sharing second place at -4 under par are Darren Fichardt, South Africa,-3 under 69 today, and Lee Westwood from England, who carded -2 under 70.
Darren was a last minute reserve, getting a call from the secretary yesterday asking where he was;
“I’m actually 12 kilometres out so I’m going to be coming in pretty hot.”
“I was quite flabbergasted the first nine yesterday and quite drained the second nine. I still can’t believe I’m playing.”
“My wife always said ‘analysis leads to paralysis’ so I had no time to think about this tournament.”
“I’m fortunate that I’m really hitting my driver well so I’m getting myself into position on every hole and then I’m putting pretty well.”
“If I do make a mistake, I manage to up-and-down. So that is quite fortunate and is probably why I am on the score I am right now.”
Lee suffered a bit from poor putting;
“Other than four three-putts, I played very well.”
“I hit it close a lot. Missed a couple of times from inside five feet as well as the four three-putts.”