Scotland’s Connor Syme has been the big early mover on the second day of the Australian Open, taking the outright lead from Cameron Davis midway through his second round.
Syme began the day at eight under but picked up three shots through his opening nine holes to move to 10 under, one clear of overnight leader Davis.
Davis is due to begin his second round in the afternoon. Joaquin Niemann also moved within touching distance of the lead after picking up three shots to move to eight under while Lucas Herbert gained four shots on the field to move into a share of fifth at seven under.
Adam Scott was another to make his way up the leaderboard as he found form at The Lakes.
The former Open champion started the day even with the card but moved to five under late in his round.
Australian PGA champion Min Woo Lee and Cameron Smith are due to tee off this afternoon at The Australian Golf Club….