Wells Fargo Championship. Marvelous Martin Leads May 02 2014

dragon logo darkWells Fargo Championship Logo Martin Flores leads the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow after a marvelous second round.     Flores' even-keeled nature benefits him at Wells Fargo A delighted Martin Flores / Getty Images Martin holed a 56-degree wedge from 105 yards for an Eagle at the par four 11th hole on Friday, and showed no sign of emotion. He ended the day tied at the top of the leaderboard at -9 under par; " I’ve tried to refuse to think about winning, I just try to play my best each day and be very, very patient, because a lot of times in the past I’ve tried to be too perfect and for some reason this sport doesn’t really work out that way.” '"I actually got made fun of because I didn't give any reaction. I had my head down and I was thinking, that's a nice shot, let's go make it, and then all of the sudden I heard the cheers."  "I need to continue being patient and let things unfold. It's not easy to do but when you're playing against the best in the world, you need to be sharp for the majority of that time." His caddy Brian Harman had to go pick the ball out of the hole, saying;  " Well, I guess I'll go pick it up out of the hole, because I didn't do anything." Martin is sharing the lead at -9 under par with Angel Cabrera, who shot a second round -3 under par 69 for his -9 under par total. Angel has only made three cuts in nine starts this season, but thinks this course suits his style of play. He said this through an interpreter; "Honestly, it's a course that lets me hit my driver a lot and for that reason, it probably fits my game well. That's probably why I play well here." Justin Rose at Quail Hollow 2014 Justin Rose / Getty   Justin Rose is alone in third place at -8  under par, he carded -5 under par 67 , proving that he is definitely over the tendonitis which has dogged him for a while. The improvement to his health comes just in time for him to defend the US Open title at nearby Pinehurst Number Two next month. he was quite upbeat about his superb chip in from 70 feet  at the par-five 15th; “Obviously you can never win it on Thursday and Friday, you can only lose it, so two solid days put me in good position for the weekend. Those chip-in eagles, they get you going. I did everything well in spells today and finished with a nice putt for par at the last hole, which made the day feel incredibly positive.” " I’ve had a lot of stop-starts this year and I just felt like I needed to get toned and sharp, and that’s beginning to show up. It would be nice to go back to the US Open with the confidence of having just won a tournament.”   Lee Westwood did not make the cut, quite amazing as he has just won the Malaysian Open by a massive seven shots.