Please refresh the page and retry. Dustin Johnson is in further trouble at the 15th, splashing his second stroke into the water. He takes a drop and chips his fourth above the hole and leaves himself a wobbly footer with a big break to save par. W ho has started his second round after finishing his first this morning on 65 with bogey, bogey, birdie, bogey to drop to four-under, five strokes off DJ's lead. A t 14 to drop back to nine-under and a two-stroke lead. It's all happening at six-under where the amateur John Augenstien currently resides after birdies at 13, 16 and 17 in his front nine. T ommy Fleetwood hs just made his third birdie in succession at the sixth hole of his second round to move up to three-under. It's a hat-trick of sorts matched by Dustin Johnson who is putting like he can't miss now with his molten putter. He extends his lead to three strokes on
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