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Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre shot a second-round seven-under-par 65 to move to a four-shot lead at the Porsche European Open.
MacIntyre hit on seven birdies and can be about 133 overall at the halfway stage.
Bernd Ritthammer of Germany is second after carding a six-under 66.
“It is most likely the best I’ve driven a ball – perhaps this season. It is not just going straight, it is heading miles,” MacIntyre, 23, said.
“I don’t understand what I am doing but it’s working I’m only going to attempt to continue to do it.”
England’s Paul Casey led after the first round but a four-under 68 signifies that he is six shots off the pace.
Casey is alongside Matthias Schwab and Italy’s Guido Migliozzi of Austria on five under.
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