Marc Leishman, from Australia. is in control of the BMW Championship, and will take a three shot lead into the week-end at Conway Farms Golf Club.
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Marc had a -7 under par 64 second round to get to -16 under par for the BMW Championship tournament, just rolling in the putts;
“The game is feeling really good.”
“Obviously rolling the putts really well, but you have to give yourself the opportunities.”
Tied in second place at -13 under par are Jason Day, Australia, -6 under 65 today and Rickie Fowler, USA, carding -7 under 64.
Jason said he was relaxed with his new caddie, so relaxed he Aced the par three 17th today;
“The more you can be mentally relaxed or rested, it takes a lot of stress and kind of pressure off of your game.”
“I think my mindset is a lot different, I feel like I’m a lot more excited having my buddy on the bag.”
“Luke is doing a great job.”
Rory McIlroy hit the stops in his defence of his title, and will not progress any further in the FedExCup play-offs. Signing for a -2 under 69 today, which left him in 59th position on the listings, eight places worse than when he started this tournament;
“I’m here so I might as well give it my best.”
“It’s a very long shot that I’m going to make it to next week.”
“I’ll try my best over these next couple of days and see what I can do.”
“Realistically there’s not much chance of getting into the Tour Championship.”
“But I still want to go out and play well. I don’t want to go out there and completely throw it in.”