SHANGHAI — Lucas Bjerregaard sank 7 birdies to label a 6-under 66 in a second turn of a BMW Masters and open adult a three-stroke lead on Friday.
The Dane trailed overnight personality Sergio Garcia for most of a day before surging into a lead with 3 birdies in his final 4 holes.
Garcia, meanwhile, ran into difficulty on his behind 9 on a cold, stormy day during Lake Malaren Golf Club. He bogeyed No. 12 and strike into a H2O on No. 13 for a double bogey, descending 4 strokes back.
The Spaniard recovered to fire a 71 and tie for second place during 9 underneath with Thailand’s Thongchai Jaidee (68).