Angel HidalgoAfter two rounds on Friday, he shot an 8-under 64 to take part in a three-way lead at Andalucia Masters.
Hidalgo stated that I made every putt this morning and that was the key. The support was incredible. It was the first time that Ive had so many people follow me. It was great fun, even though I was nervous at times. A score of 63 is a dream score.
Lee, who was tied for the lead with three other players after the first round, hit an Eagle to go along with three birdies, a bogey, and three birdies for a 67.
Joakim LagergrenIt was three shots behind in fourth heading into the weekend.
U.S. Open champion Matt FitzpatrickThe Valderrama defending champion, Fitzpatrick, missed the cut after he shot a 3-over 75 for the second day in a row. Fitzpatrick is No. 1 at the Andalucia Masters. 10.
The Andalucia Masters is part of a series of three European tour events that have been held in Spain.