South Africans dominate second day in Malaysia
South African pair Hennie Otto and Jbe Kruger share the lead after a rain affected second day of the Malaysian Open in Kuala Lumpur.
The duo currently sit on eight-under-par after Otto shot a flawless round of 64 while Kruger hit an equally impressive 65 on a tough day at the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club.
The leaderboard has a distinctly South African flavour to it, with Masters runner-up Louis Oosthuizen currently sitting in third after having to cut his round short after 12 holes due to the inclement weather.
The 2010 Open champion looked poised to join his compatriots atop the standings before being called into the clubhouse and is one of 78 players who will have to complete their second round on Saturday morning.
Scotland's Stephen Gallagher is the leading Brit on seven-under with seven holes of his second round to play while Yorkshireman Danny Willett is a shot behind in a tie for seventh.