The Rasmus Hojgaard express continued its impressive progress at the Open de France, but Patrick Reed will not be around for the weekend after missing the cut at Le Golf National.
Hojgaard equalled the course record to take the lead on Thursday, and continued the charge to set the 36-hole record at the Paris venue.
Ad The Dane made seven birdies and one bogey in his round of 65, to sit at 15-under after two rounds — six shots clear of the field.
Cazoo Open de FranceBizarre moment Pieters duffs putt at Open de France, gets to replace ball4 HOURS AGO Backing up a brilliant round can often be tough, but Hojgaard once again made a difficult track look easy. “The course still plays tricky, I just played good again,” Hojgaard said. “I hit a lot of greens, gave myself some good chances and kept the bogeys away more or less. “Over the last few tournaments I have made a lot of birdies, just had too many bogeys or worse.Read more on eurosport.com