There is a four-way tie at the top of the leaderboard in the Turkish Airlines Open at The Montgomerie Maxx Royal course. Henrik Stenson / Getty Images Henrik, the current leader in the Race to Dubai, is now joint leader in the Turkish Airlines Open after his second round score of -4 under par 68, for a total of -12 under par at the end of day 2. Henrik spoke about the challenge Ian Poulter poses; “I'm trying my hardest, I know he's not going to back down. He's not that kind of guy so I'm going to have to keep on making birdies.” Joining Henrik on that score is Ian Poulter who is at number four in the Race to Dubai. Ian had another superb round of -6 under 66, this one was bogey free. He said he is looking forward to a fun week-end; "I'm right there at the top of the board, and that's always good fun. There are some great names at the top of the board, as well, so it's certainly going to be a fun weekend. Henrik has definitely got fired up this week. He's a great player and he doesn't need a lot to get fired up, but he obviously is this week.” Victor Dubuisson and Justin Walters are also at -12 under par for the tournament, both of these players will be targeting a maiden European Tour title this week. It will be a hard task to beat the likes of Henrik and Ian, not forgetting Tiger Woods, who is now just one shot back at -11 under par following his stellar second round of -9 under par 63. Tiger actually said he missed some putts today; “I'm right there, and that's the whole idea, I’ve got two more days of hopefully making a lot of birdies. I hit a lot of good shots and made some putts, but I missed quite a few putts today that were within ten feet. So it could have been one of those really low, special rounds, but I'll take it." Tomorrow is moving day, could Tiger up-stage the Race to Dubai contestants, and top the leaderboard himself. We will have to wait and see.