There is a three-way tie at the top of the leaderboard after the second round of the Volvo Golf Champions event at Durban Country Club. Tommy Fleetwood, Louis Oosthuizen and Joost Luiten are tied at the top of the Volvo Golf Champions at -7 under par for the tournament. Joost carding a spectacular albatross, ( note it is not a double eagle) at the par five tenth hole. He holed his second shot, a four iron from 248 yards, at the to the 560-yard hole. Albatross man Joost Luiten / Getty Images Joost explained how it went, and the good feelings involved; "It's my first albatross, I hit a good drive down the middle of the fairway, 227 metres left, hit a four iron and basically went straight at it. It pitched exactly where I wanted, just front of the green and released up the slope and straight at the pin and went in. It was a good feeling. " "I didn't really do a lot over the winter. I had three weeks off and I didn't really practice. You never know how you are going to play after that but luckily the game is still all right. The funny thing is yesterday it felt terrible but I was making some good swings today, so that gives you some trust hopefully for the coming days. I want to win again and if you do there's a Ryder Cup coming up, that's the main goal." Tommy is not thinking of the Ryder Cup at this moment; "It's not my motivation at the minute, although it would be a dream come true one day."It's the best sporting event in the world but there are a lot of guys ahead of me at the moment. "The difference between winning at Gleneagles last year and coming fifth that week was a single putt in four rounds. I could have lost in the play-off (with Ricardo Gonzalez and Stephen Gallacher), finished 50th in the order of merit and not played in the WGC event in Shanghai or this week and the difference in mindset would be huge. "I played in all four Final Series events and played with Lee Westwood, Sergio Garcia, Henrik Stenson and Rory McIlroy, and just being surrounded by the big players is a massive learning experience that you can't buy." Padraig Harrington, currently sharing eleventh place at -2 under par, had to contend with his caddie collapsing half way round the course. Regular bag-man Ronan Flood needed medical treatment, and could not continue. Pat Cashman, a photographer for the Golfing Union of Ireland, and who has known Padraig for around 35 years was in the gallery following his fellow Irishman and stepped in to carry the bag. Padraig and Pat / Getty Images Pat said in interview; "The bag was lighter than I expected. It was very comfortable. I saw Ronan on the range and he looked awful. I said if you need help, call me. They sent out a replacement caddie but Padraig asked if I would be happy to continue and I was. I told him I wouldn't give him a line or a club but he was so easy to work for. I've given him my phone number if he needs me but hopefully Ronan will be okay." Padraig spoke about his stand-in caddie; "He started off like he was carrying bows and arrows but by the end he had the double-strap going (on the bag) and was using all the lingo. It's amazing how much caddies do for you and it gives you a new appreciation for what they do out there. I know now why we pay them the big bucks!"