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    Former world number one Adam Scott has rocketed into contention for a 15th US PGA Tour victory, after a scintillating second round at the latest event in Las Vegas

    Former world number one Adam Scott has rocketed into contention for a 15th US PGA Tour victory, after a scintillating second round at the latest event in Las Vegas


    Scott's shot two back-nine eagles, and seven birdies, to post a nine-under par 63 to join Jordan Spieth, Harry Higgs and Kim Seong-hyeon in a four-way tie for second.

    They're five shots off leader Keith Mitchell, who's on 18-under after two rounds.

    Meanwhile, New Zealand's Ryan Fox heads into tonight's third round of the European Tour's Andalucia Masters in Spain in a three-way tie for second, one shot off the lead.

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     Other Golf News
     05 Dec: Collin Morikawa has built a five-shot lead at the invitational World Challenge in the Bahamas
     04 Dec: Bryson DeChambeau leads the way after two rounds at the PGA Tour's Hero World Challenge in the Bahamas
     30 Nov: Lee Elder, the first black American golfer to qualify for an invitation to the Masters, has died at the age of 87
     22 Nov: Collin Morikawa has became the first American to be crowned Race to Dubai Champion with a three-stroke victory at the European Tour's World Tour Championship
     19 Nov: Lydia Ko has some work to do in the second round of the LPGA Tour Championship overnight
     19 Nov: Golfer Nelly Korda has emerged as the best of a touted playing group on the opening day of the LPGA Tour Championship in Florida
     18 Nov: Kiwi Lydia Ko feels relatively fresh despite a busy period on the golf course ahead of her final four rounds of the season
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     Today's News

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    Christchurch:
    Police have been at the scene of a serious crash on the Christchurch Southern Motorway in Rolleston 18:53

    Living & Travel:
    Alice Robinson's co-coach rates the Super G the hardest discipline to master on the World Cup ski circuit 18:33

    Politics:
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    Basketball:
    Breakers coach Dan Shamir is urging fans not to read too much into a heavy opening defeat to start the Australian basketball league 17:43

    Business:
    Emergency management is keeping a close eye on South Westland as heavy rain continues to fall across the area 17:33

    Motoring:
    State Highway 5 has been closed at Wairakei, in the Taupo District, following a serious crash near Palmer Mill Road 16:53

    Motorsports:
    Jamie Whincup has been inducted into the Supercars Hall of Fame before the start of the Bathurst 1000 16:13

    Accident and Emergency:
    Parts of a main highway running through the West Coast has been closed - as heavy rain slams the region 16:03

    Law and Order:
    Some west Aucklanders are upset that a notification they received on Thursday from Auckland Transport saying bus passengers could now enter by the front door is apparently being ignored by some operators or drivers 14:53


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