Australian golfer, Cameron Smith, has stretched his lead at the Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii, to three strokes after the second round of the tournament at the Plantation Course.
He started his second round with back-to-back bogeys, but then made an eagle and nine birdies for a nine under par 64.
He’s on 129-17-under-par for the tournament at the halfway mark. World number one, Jon Rahm of Spain and American Daniel Berger, are joint second.
The duo carded matching 66’s. South Africans Garrick Higgo and Erik van Rooyen are in a tie for 15-8 strokes behind Smith, while Branden Grace is a further stroke back.
The tournament is reserved for last season’s winners on the PGA Tour in the United States.