Justin Rose produced a sparkling finish to get within two strokes of the lead at the halfway stage of the SMBC Singapore Open.
The former world No 1 birdied three of his last four holes to post a five-under 66 at Sentosa Golf Club and stay in touch with halfway leader Jazz Janewattananond.
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Rose started the day three strokes back and slipped further behind with a three-putt bogey at the first, only to birdie the second and fourth on his way to reaching the turn in 35.
The Englishman got up and down from off the 10th green to save par and picked up a shot at the 12th, before following back-to-back gains from the 15th with a two-putt gain at the last.
Rose sits on eight under and in tied-fourth alongside Matt Kuchar, who mixed seven birdies with two bogeys and a double-bogey in his second-round 68, while Henrik Stenson slipped down the leaderboard into tied-23rd after a one-over 72.
“It was quite breezy this morning and there were some difficult holes out there,” Kuchar said. “I am glad that it was another good round today and I am in a good position for the weekend.”