Richie Ramsay reigns at the half-way stage of the Omega European Masters tournament in Switzerland. [caption id="attachment_6657" align="alignnone" width="300"] Richie Ramsay / Getty Images[/caption] Richie shot a second round -4 under par 66 to sit on top of the Omega European Masters leaderboard at -12 under par at the Crans-sur-Sierre Golf Course in Switzerland. He reported that the going was a little tougher today; "It was a little bit tougher today, I thought some of the pins were trickier on the back side and a little bit of rain made the temperature go up and down which makes clubbing difficult." "But I stayed steady, had a good attitude again and picked up a few shots coming in which was nice, so all in all a good day's work. I have to go with the attitude that I am up there at the top so why not enjoy it? There's nothing to lose." "If I do that I will have a really good attitude and just go out there, try to enjoy it and pick off a few birdies. I’ve got a lot of experience in this tournament, and I’ve got some experience of leading at the halfway stage.” Jamie Donaldson is in second place, firing a fantastic -6 under par 64 second round which left him just one shot short of the lead at -11 under par for the tournament; "I played well again today, especially on the front nine, I probably could've gone one or two shots lower today, but as golfers we always say that. We're never happy. Overall, I've got to be very happy with the way I played and the position I'm in." "There are birdies to be had, but you have to play really aggressively and then you run the risk of getting yourself into trouble. It's a very fair course, but it's also a real test in places so you have to stay patient and not go too gung-ho." There are two golfers tied in third place, Brooks Kopeka and Graeme Storm, both recording tournament totals of -10 under par. Marc Warren signed for a -7 under par 63, the low round of the day, after beginning with his second successive eagle at the first. He followed that with seven birdies and a pair of bogeys to rise into the top ten with a tournament total of -8 under par.