Canada’s Lindsay Reynolds shot a second-round 68 to maintain his lead at the Philippine Open on Friday.
He had to stay sharp to stay ahead of Australia’s Scott Barr, who fired a 66 and trails by one stroke.
Barr’s 66 was the best round of the day. He did the bulk of his damage on the front nine, recording four birdies and an eagle 3 on No.5 to hit the turn at 6-under.
The lead is hardly safe for Reynolds. Twenty-one players are within five strokes of the lead on the comfortable course.
This is the final event of the 2015 season for the Asian Tour, and the final event of the three major tours for all of 2015.
The Asian Tour returns to action on January 15 with the Eur Asia Cup presented by DRB-HICOM.