Posted April 26, 2013 on AP on Fox

BEIJING - APRIL 13: Wade Ormsby of Australia watches his tee shot on the par three 16th hole durng the first round of the Volvo China Open at the Beijing Honghua International Golf Club on April 13, 2006 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)
Wade Ormsby of Australia birdied two of his closing three holes to share the clubhouse lead with Arnond Vongvanij of Thailand in the second round of the rain-affected Ballantine's Championship on Friday. Arnond also birdied the 18th, as the pair strive for their first European Tour title at Blackstone Resort. Ormsby carded a 5-under-par 67 to be tied on 7-under with Arnond, who signed for a 69. Three players - England's James Morrison (66), Sweden's Alexander Noren (67) and South African Jbe Kruger (67) - shared third place at 6 under. After the first day was delayed by fog and rain, play stopped on Friday for more than an hour because of an electrical storm, leaving 77 players to complete the second round early Saturday. Ormsby joined half of the field in returning to the course early Friday to complete his first round with a score of 70. Then he birdied four of his outward nine holes and while he bogeyed his 11th, the No. 2, the Australian finished off his second round in fin...
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