Mathew Millar still on top after two rounds in the Indonesia PGA Championship – OneAsia update

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Matthew Millar still on top after two rounds in the Indonesia PGA Championship – OneAsia update
The second day of the Indonesia PGA Championship being played at the par-72, Imperial Golf course in Jakarta ended today. The overnight leader, Matthew Millar, continued his dominance in the second round and leads the championship after two rounds.
Millar of Australia is an experienced player and certainly has displayed his class in the first two rounds. It looks like the conditions of the soft greens are really suiting him as he again carded a under par round today. He had modest round and a score
of two-under par, 70 on the second day today.
The Australian started his day in an awful manner by making two consecutive bogeys in his first two holes. He then went on to make four birdies on his score card. Millar leads the four day event by a two shots and is looking confident with his powerful iron
It is his putting which has always been an asset for him. His stats show that everything at the moment is going in the right direction for him. Millar was all praise for the efforts of the course in charge and said that the greens are in immaculate condition.
Millar’s countryman, Mathew Griffin, held his position after completing the second round. He carded a steady round of three-under par, 69 and has a total aggregate score of nine-under par after two rounds. Griffin started the day with a birdie on his very
first hole. He also had two bogeys but finished the day with a total of five birdies. Griffin had liquid strokes on the fast greens, which has proved to be successful after two days.
Two players share the third position on the score board. Rory Hie and Ashun Wu have a two round score of eight-under par and are three behind the leader.
The most experienced player among the contenders, Liang Wenchong of China, made his mark on the second day. He managed to card a round of five-under par, 67 and was bogey free. Liang is tied at the fifth spot with three other players. He had five birdies
on his card and certainly was looking in form with his hitting and putting.
The third day of the championship will commence Saturday and the leader faces a tough challenge from his nearest competitors. As Wenchong is just four shots behind, there could be a change at the top of the leader board.  



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