LIVE: Moving Aussies into Morning

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Geoff Ogilvy grabs the Creek Course on Friday morning in 2019 ISPS Handa Vic Open.

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11 hours: Matt Jager from Western Australia jumped to the top of the standings at the ISPS Handa Vic Open with a stunning second round on the 13th beach.

Jager, 30, a Australasian tour veteran, today had five birdies including four in a row on the front nine of the Creek track and then threw the par-five tenth hole.

He is at six-under-par under good conditions today and 12-under overall through 15 holes of the second round, a shot for the Englishman Michael Hoey (11th under 10 on the Creek) and another WA player, Jason Scrivener (11 -under seven holes on the beach-course).

The nightly gentleman leader Nick Flanagan is not due to the tee-off until 1.40 am, but has already overtaken his 10-under score from Thursday. He will play on the Beach-track this afternoon, with a stronger wind forecast and the players will probably find the scoring a little more difficult.

American star Kim Kaufman has made a huge series of ladies' faces and reached 10-under overall through 10 holes on the Creek-course to take the lead on that side of the Japanese Haru Nomura at nine-under.

At night, Felicity Johnson's England leader of England hangs tough at eight-under by nine holes on the beach course, even par for the day.

The Australian stars Lucas Herbert (seven below) and Minjee Lee (1-under) have yet to start their second round at the $ 3 million Open, coordinated by the Europeans and LPGA Tours.


8am: On the back of an extraordinary scoring day that saw 76 percent of the field shoot par or better, 13th Beach prepares to expose his teeth on the ISPS Handa Vic Open on Tuesday.

The party tent of Geoff Ogilvy, the champion of 2015 Matt Griffin and the Spaniard Jorge Campillo, this morning goes to the Creek Course, Victorian Ogilvy, hoping to wipe out the three-star shortage between him and the leader of the evening, Nick Flanagan.

Flic Johnson, the leading Fids Johnson, also takes the Creek course as she tries to expand her two-stroke buffer across the field.

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