Edinburgh, Nov 2: Northern Irish professional golfer Rory McIlroy imploded at the final hole while Dustin Johnson overpowered Sheshan International with a stunning display off the tee, that carried him to a five-shot lead into the weekend at the HSBC Champions.
According to The Scotsman, Johnson became the sixth player to shoot 63 at Sheshan, and the first since Martin Kaymer in the final round two years ago.
He was at 12-under 132 after his second round, the report said.
Ernie Els, Sergio Garcia, BMW Masters winner Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano and Ian Poulter were among those at 6-under 138, the report added.
Phil Mickelson, trying to recover from his quadruple bogey/bogey finish to the opening round, had a 68 and was seven shots behind, the report further said. (ANI)