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Despite being in that post-Thanksgiving, pre-Christmas lull period, the big bucks have persuaded many of the world’s finest players to dust off their clubs and head to the Bahamas – never a bad place to be – for the Hero World Challenge, where a field of 18 (yep, including one Mr T.
Day is breathing down the neck of halfway leader Lucas Herbert after wowing fans with four-straight back-nine birdies on Friday en route to a second-round three-under-par 68.The former world No.1 climbed to eight under for the championship, just one behind Herbert, who capitalised on perfect morning scoring conditions with a sizzling 66.
First-round leader Cameron Davis cooled off with a one-over 72 but remained right in the mix in third spot at seven under.
US PGA Tour stars Matt Jones, the 2015 champion, and Cameron Smith, runner-up last year to Jordan Spieth in a playoff, share fourth at four under after respective second rounds of 67 and 69.
Spieth, though, faces an uphill battle retaining the Stonehaven Cup after failing to make any inroads on the leaders. His second-round 71 leaves the world No.2 and three-time major winner at one under and eight shots adrift of Herbert.
While Day is undoubtedly in the box seat heading into the weekend, Herbert, who famously slept in the Carnarvon Golf Club car park during Open qualifying three years ago then led after the first round last year at Royal Sydney, collected six birdies before dropping his only shot of the day at the last. Having sharpened his shorter game this year, Herbert believes lessons from last year’s Open, when he faded to finish tied 20th, will be a big help when he duels with Day on Saturday in the final group.