Kim carves up at CJ Invitational
Anthony Kim fired a second-round six-under 66 to open up a three-shot lead at the halfway stage of the inaugural CJ Invitational.
The 26-year-old American recovered from a bogey on the opening hole to sink seven birdies and move to 10 under for the tournament.
Ryder Cup player Kim is now looking to take his good form into the final two rounds.
"I had a few good breaks go my way today but hopefully I won't need them this weekend," he told the Asian Tour's website.
"I made a couple of key putts and had a good attitude even though I was in the trees a lot. Mentally I'm fresh and physically I'm getting better."
Lee Ki-sang leads a three-way tie for second place, with a flawless round of 67 which included five birdies, taking him to seven under alongside South Korean countrymen David Oh and KJ Choi.
Oh carded four birdies and a single bogey for a round of 69, while tournament host Choi had a mixed day with six birdies and four bogeys to complete the course at the Haesley Nine Bridges Golf Club in two-under 70.
Thailand's Prom Meesawat hit a second successive round of 69 to sit on six under and in a three-way tie for fifth place with Hwang Jae-min and Nam Young.