6-under 66 keeps Thomas within striking distance of tournament record he set last year.
England's Andy Sullivan shares the lead with Scotland's Marc Warren after round two at the Portugal Masters
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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 21 (Reuters) - Defending champion Justin Thomas fired a bogey-free six-under-par 66 at the TPC Kuala Lumpur course to surge two shots clear of the field after the second round of the CIMB Classic in Malaysia on Fri...
Minjee Lee patiently navigated Jian Lake's undulating greens again Friday to stretch her lead to six strokes in the Blue Bay LPGA
Justin Thomas had a 6-under 66 on Friday to take a two-stroke lead halfway through the CIMB Classic, staying within striking distance of the tournament record he set in winning the title here last year
A second round 63 sees Scotland's Russell Knox move into contention at the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur
Oct 21 (Gracenote) - Scores from the U.S. PGA Tour CIMB Classic at the par-72 course on Friday in Kuala Lumpur -14 Justin Thomas (U.S.) 64 66 -12 Anirban Lahiri (India) 66 66 -11 James Hahn (U.S.) 69 64 Russell Knox (Britain) 70 63 Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 69 64 -10 Marc Leishman (Australia) 69 65 Derek Fathauer (U.S.) 64 70 -8 Kim Si-Woo (Korea) 70 66 Scott Piercy (U.S.)
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Scotland's Marc Warren opens with six successive birdies to lead the Portugal Masters on eight under par.
Oct 20 (Reuters) - Tiger Woods says he still believes he will surpass the record 18 major titles won by Jack Nicklaus, even though the former world number one has been sidelined from competition for more than a year due to a chronic back injury.
By Golf Channel Communications PGA TOUR The PGA TOUR is in Malaysia for the CIMB Classic, featuring a 78-man field which includes five of the top-15 players in the world with Adam Scott, Patrick Reed, Paul Casey, Hideki Matsuyama and Sergio Garcia. Show More Summary
Tiger Woods insists he will win more than Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major titles in his career.
Oct 20 (Gracenote) - Scores from the European Tour Portuguese Masters at the par-71 course on Thursday in Vilamoura -8 Marc Warren (Britain) 63 -7 Eddie Pepperell (Britain) 64 Callum Shinkwin (Britain) 64 Matthew Baldwin (Britain) 64 David...Show More Summary
Scottish golfer Marc Warren birdied the first six holes in shooting an 8-under 63 and taking the Portugal Masters lead
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Thomas shot 8-under 64 to move into a three-way tie with Keegan Bradley, Derek Fathauer.
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