Rasmus HojgaardFollowed up Thursdays course record-equalling, 62 with a 65 to maintain a commanding six shot lead at the halfway stage de la Cazoo Open De France.
Morning starter Hojgaard shot seven birdies and one bogey at Le Golf National on day two to reach the clubhouse at 15 under par
The chase pack tried to close the gap in afternoon but could not join the Dane in double figures, below par, with France. Paul BarjonHis closest challenger is on nine under.
Hojgaard was happy with his performance at the 2018 Ryder Cup venue, and vowed to not change much as he travels in search of a fourth DP World Tour championship.