Continuing it's Asian leg, the European Tour moved onto Korea this week for the Ballantine's Championship held at the Blackstone Golf Club in Seoul.
Opened in 2009, Blackstone Golf Club has tight tree-lined fairways with lots of water hazards over 7,302 yards against a par of 72.
And as has been the case at a number of European Tour events this year, the weather has come to the fore to make conditions even more challenging! Thick fog affected practice days, followed up immediately by heavy rain.
But conditions calmed down for the second round and Titleist staffer Bernd Wiesberger took full advantage, adding a second round 7-under 65 to his opening level par round to take a one shot lead.
Staffer Bernd Wiesberger plays an approach shot during his second round 65
And fellow Titleist ambassador Oscar Floren also fired a strong second round 67 to move to 5-under and into solo third place. Let's hope both continue that form over the weekend!
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Making sure you're kept on the right track at the Ballantines Championship