A second-round 65 means that Adam Scott lies second in the WGC-HSBC Champions event in Shanghai on ten-under-par at the mid-way point and the Australian subsequently heads the betting at 4/1 with Totesport.
Fredrik Jacobson is the current leader, one stroke ahead of Scott, after a six-under par 66 and Skybet quote the Swede at 13/2 to go on to clinch title while 2010 Open champion Louis Oosthuizen has a share of second place and can be backed at 9/1 with bet365.
Also at 9/1, this time with Ladbrokes, after a round of 70 left him two shots off the lead, is Keegan Bradley and two strokes futher adrift is Lee Westwood, whose four-under-par 68 means he is trading at 11/1 via Skybet.
Finally, Rory McIlroy isn’t completely out of the running ahead of the third round. The Northern Irishman is six behind Jacobson on five-under and Boylesports quote him at 16/1 to come out on top.