Thailand Golf Championship . Midway Point, Sergio & Justin Lead December 14 2013

Sergio Garcia carded a magical hole-in-one on his way to signing for a -7 under par 65, to share the halfway lead with Justin Rose at the Thailand Golf Championship at the Amata Spring Country Club. Justin Rose - Thailand Golf Championship Justin Rose / Eurosport Justin and Sergio share the lead at the Thailand Golf Championship, both on -10 under par at the mid-way point in the Asian Tour tournament. Sergio commented on his hole-in-one at the par three 8th; “Yeah, wonderful day for sure, I saw the ball hit right of the green and it started rolling. I thought it's probably going to end up close. We were saying ‘go in, go in’ and all of a sudden everybody goes ‘wow’ as I can’t really see the hole from the tee box. It was quite nice to see it happen. I feel like I played well both days. I probably didn't make as many putts. Driving the ball very nicely and hitting a lot of greens and my short game has been pretty good, so overall I'm very happy with it." Justin said he got off to a slow start, and then put it all together; “It was a funny round, I got off to a bit of a slow start and it all started to happen for me in the middle of the round. I just want to keep having fun, I want to end the season in a good way, even if I win or don’t win. The eagle on 11, I had a five iron that I hit in there which was the best shot I’ve hit in a month. It had the right flight, just felt perfect. The swing was good, the divot was good and everything about it was the way it should feel. A lot of us players hit good shots but that felt perfect. And to make that six-foot putt was nice to capitalize on that shot.” Aniban Lahiri is in third place at -9 under par, and feels really comfortable on the course; "It was a great day, holed my bunker shot on 11 and that kind of set the tone for the rest of the day. I haven't really had a round or a series of rounds where I've really putted brilliantly, and I think today was one of those rounds where I really felt like I could hole anything and everything. It suits my style and I feel really, really comfortable, I felt like I've been knocking on the door now for so many events. I think I've played some of my best golf, consistency wise, but in terms of finishing off tournaments it has not been great. I've been in the top 10, top five, second place but I haven't quite won and I think for me I'm playing well enough to win, even against a quality field like this.”