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Mukesh on the lead in IndianOil Servo Masters

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DIGBOI, Nov 19 - Six-time winner Mukesh Kumar of Mhow surged ahead at the halfway stage of the Rs. 30 lakh IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2015 being played on the Digboi Golf Links after his solid second round effort of four-under-68. Mukesh, who totalled 10-under-134 for the first two days, took the lead of one- stroke upon Bengaluru�s M Dharma. The cut was declared at three-over-147. Fifty-four professionals made the halfway cut. Mukesh Kumar (66-68), who was one off the lead in tied second after round one, seemed to be coming into his own at one of his favourite venues during round two.

M Dharma (67-68) of Bengaluru climbed up from overnight tied fourth to second place after his second round of 68. Dharma, who had made a 20-feet eagle after driving the green on the third in round one, mixed five birdies against a lone bogey in round two. The Noida duo of overnight leader Gaurav Pratap Singh (65-71) and Vikrant Chopra (67-69) occupied tied third place at eight-under-136. Defending champion Shamim Khan (71-72) of Delhi returned an even-par-72 to be tied 21st at one-under-143.

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Mukesh on the lead in IndianOil Servo Masters

DIGBOI, Nov 19 - Six-time winner Mukesh Kumar of Mhow surged ahead at the halfway stage of the Rs. 30 lakh IndianOil Servo Masters Golf 2015 being played on the Digboi Golf Links after his solid second round effort of four-under-68. Mukesh, who totalled 10-under-134 for the first two days, took the lead of one- stroke upon Bengaluru�s M Dharma. The cut was declared at three-over-147. Fifty-four professionals made the halfway cut. Mukesh Kumar (66-68), who was one off the lead in tied second after round one, seemed to be coming into his own at one of his favourite venues during round two.

M Dharma (67-68) of Bengaluru climbed up from overnight tied fourth to second place after his second round of 68. Dharma, who had made a 20-feet eagle after driving the green on the third in round one, mixed five birdies against a lone bogey in round two. The Noida duo of overnight leader Gaurav Pratap Singh (65-71) and Vikrant Chopra (67-69) occupied tied third place at eight-under-136. Defending champion Shamim Khan (71-72) of Delhi returned an even-par-72 to be tied 21st at one-under-143.

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