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Robert Garrigus leads CIMB Classic at The Mines Resort in Kuala Lumpur

Last Updated: 27/10/12 6:59am

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Robert Garrigus: back-to-back 64s

Robert Garrigus: back-to-back 64s

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Big-hitting American Robert Garrigus shot a second successive 64 to open up a two-shot lead in the CIMB Classic in Malaysia.

Garrigus, a three-time runner-up on the US Tour in 2012, started with six straight pars in round two before launching a birdie blitz which saw him end the day on 14-under.

He reeled off four birdies on the spin between 7 and 10 and then made it 8 in 11 with further gains at 12, 13, 15 and 17.

Second round leaderboard

(US unless stated)

-14 R Garrigus
-12 Jbe Kruger (Rsa)
-10 T Matteson
-10 G Chalmers (Aus)
-9 B de Jonge (Zim)
-9 K Na
-9 T Woods

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Three clear at that stage, he bogeyed the last to end the day two in front of South African Jbe Kruger, who matched Garrigus' seven-under 64.

Overnight leader Troy Matteson found the going tougher on day two and is now four off the pace after slipping to tied third alongside Australian left-hander Greg Chalmers (66) after adding a 69 to his opening 63.

Tiger Woods remains in touch with the leaders after a 67 left him in tied fifth place - five shots back.

World number two Woods mixed six birdies with two bogeys in a round of 67 which left him at nine-under alongside Kevin Na (66) and Zimbabwean Brendon de Jonge (65).

Defending champion Bo Van Pelt, who made a disappointing start on Thursday, moved up to tied 11th after a 65 but Ryder Cup star Jason Dufner is now 36th of the 48-man field after falling down to two-under after a 72.

The co-sanctioned tournament features 30 US Tour pros, the top 10 in the Asian Order of Merit and eight sponsor's invites.

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