England's Danny Willett and Spain's Jon Rahm share a two-stroke lead at the BMW PGA Championship heading into the weekend, with both sitting at 11-under par after the second round on Friday.
Willett, a Masters champion in 2016, enjoyed home crowd support and carded a seven-under par 65 which included six birdies and an eagle, offset by a bogey on the 14th in the European Tour's flagship event at Wentworth, Surrey.
Rahm, chasing his fifth European Tour title, sank six birdies, an eagle and three bogeys to sign for 67.
"We hit a lot of good shots, holed some nice kind of mid-range putts," Willett said.
"I'm probably not back to my best, and I'm still working on the moves and there's still shots in there that I don't like."