Alex Noren wants to see the course play "a little tougher" as he takes a two-stroke lead into the weekend of the Bermuda Championship on the PGA Tour.
Noren, 41, carded a flawless 5-under 66 in trickier afternoon conditions at Port Royal Golf Course.
That maintained the Swede's two-stroke lead on the chasing pack following his exceptional opening round of 10-under 61, which marked the lowest of his career.
Noren's last victory came more than five years ago at the 2018 Open de France.
But Noren has every chance to set the record straight this weekend as he takes the lead into the third round on 15-under par.
It marks the first time ever that Noren has held a 36-hole lead on the PGA Tour.
Ryan Moore, Ryan Brehm and Satoshi Kodaira are in a tie for second on 13-under par, one stroke clear of a resurgent Camilo Villegas.
Despite shooting rounds of 61 and 66 with relative ease, Noren wants to see the final two rounds play much tougher in the Bermuda breeze.
Noren said after his second round:
YouTuber George Bryan made the cut on his PGA Tour debut, and his brother Wesley also made the weekend.