DURBAN, South Africa — Spain's Jorge Campillo and South Africa's Colin Nel shot 59 on Friday in the second round of the rain-affected Nelson Mandela Championship, although they scores won't count as a European Tour record because players were allowed to use preferred lies on the soaked layout.
Their 59s come with asterisks because of the preferred lies, and the Mount Edgecombe course was reduced by one stroke to a par of 70.
Campillo had two eagles and seven birdies for a share of the clubhouse lead at 11-under 129 with England's Matthew Baldwin (62). Nel had an eagle and nine birdies to move into a share of 27th at 4 under.
Daniel Brooks had the lead at 12 under with seven holes to play.
The event was reduced to 54 holes after long weather delays the first three days.
Franklin Templeton Shootout
At Naples, Fla., defending champions Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair shot an 8-under 64 in modified alternate-shot play for a share of the first-round lead in the Franklin Templeton Shootout.
The teams of Matt Kuchar-Harris English and Charles Howell III-Justin Leonard also shot 64 on the Ritz Carlton Resort's Tiburon course. The 24 teams will play better ball today and finish with a scramble Sunday.
Web.com TourQualifying Tournament
At La Quinta, Calif., Ashland native Jason Allred fired a 5-under 67 in Round 2 of the Web.com Tour Qualifying Tournament to move into a tie for 36th.
Allred, who is at 139 overall, trails leader Chris Epperson, who shot a 9-under 63 on Friday, by 11 strokes heading into today's round.
The 31-year-old Epperson, from Hilton Head Island, S.C., had a 16-under 128 total.
The players are competing for positions in the Web.com Tour's priority ranking used to form tournament fields, with the medalist (or co-medalists) guaranteed fully exempt status. Every player who is at PGA West is guaranteed a spot on the Web.com Tour next season. The six-round tournament will end Tuesday.
Steve Saunders and Nathan Tyler were tied for second. Saunders had a 65, and Tyler shot 66 — both on the Nicklaus course.
Thailand Golf Championship
At Chonburi, Thailand, Sergio Garcia had a hole-in-one on the 236-yard eighth hole and finished with a 7-under 65 for a share of the second-round lead with Justin Rose in the Thailand Golf Championship.
Rose, the U.S. Open champion, had a 68 to match Garcia at 11-under 133 at Amata Spring.
Anirban Lahiri (64), Alexander Levy (65) and Alex Cejka (71) were two strokes back in the Asian Tour event. Rickie Fowler (66) was another shot behind at 8 under, and Henrik Stenson (67) was 7 under.