Justin Timberlakes Shriners Tournament, Blixt & Moore Tied at the Top October 06 2012

  Jonas Blixt of Sweden is tied at the top of the leaderboard after two rounds  at Justin Timberlakes, Shriners Hospitals for Children Open,  at TPC Summerlin, Las Vegas, Nevada. Jonas has produced two very steady rounds of -7 under par 64 and a tournament total of -14 under par. He shares the lead with Brendon de Jong from Zimbabwe, Brendon followed his opening round of -9 under par 62, with second round -5 and 66 for his -14 under par total. Jonas thinks that having his family and some overseas friends with him this week, has helped him to relax and not think too much about playing golf; "I think it's a lot of things that make me play well this week. I got my family in town, my brother and my sister, a couple friends from overseas, which makes it really relaxed. We're renting a house together and just having a good time. I don't think about golf at all coming off the golf course. Just hang out with them. It's easy to think about something else when you're in Las Vegas, right. I've been working a lot on my ball-striking the last few weeks when I've been off, it's not really there yet, but I got a hot putter and it's been helping me out a lot the last two days." Just one shot behind them is first round leader Ryan Moore who had an amazing first round of -10 under par, 61. Ryan followed that with a modest -3 under pa, 68, for his -13 under par total. Ryan is very happy with his position after two days; "It was a good, solid round, I definitely would have liked to have seen a few more of those putts drop. But I hit good putts all day. They were just burning the edges, lipping out. All in all, I like my position going into the weekend." The combination of desert air and altitude in Las Vegas helps the ball fly through the air more easily, there are 82 players that have averaged 300 or more yards per drive. That sort of distance off the tee for these professionals makes TPC Summerlin a breeze for quality players, the top scores are testament to that. Major winner John Daly had eight birdies, an eagle and two bogeys to match the best round of the day, John said of his round today; "Today, I hit the ball really well and I putted good the last two days, which is good for me. The greens are rolling really good, so it gives you an opportunity. If you hit it decent, you can make some putts. But on any tour it's just putting. If you make some putts you can play really well. This course gives you a lot more opportunities than most courses."