After opening the HSBC Champions tournament in a tie for third, Bagdad's Bubba Watson has one problem hole push him back into the pacik.
Watson, who opened the tournament with a six under par 66 at the tournament being played in Gongguan, China.
in the second round, Watson plummeted to 17th overall after carding a triple bogey on the par-5 15th hole which led to hum carding a 72.
While the 2012 Master's Champion has struggled, the man he beat in a playoff, Louis Oosthuizen, is making quick work as the leder.
Oosthuizen, with a simple swing considered among the most pure in golf, again took advantage of the par 5s at Mission Hills, shooting a 9-under 63 Friday in the HSBC Champions to build a five-shot lead and break a World Golf Championships record that previously belonged to Tiger Woods.