CASTELLON, Spain -- Sergio Garcia shot a 6-under 65 on his
home course and was tied for the lead after the second round of the
Castello Masters on Friday.
Garcia bogeyed the second hole and finished with seven birdies.
His second shot on the 18th hole stopped inches short of the pin.
"I've had to play that shot many times but that's probably the
closest I've got," said Garcia, host of the inaugural tournament.
"I knew as soon as I hit it that it would be close and it was
great to finish the round with a birdie."
Finch birdied seven of the first 10 holes, including six
straight over one stretch, but had a three-putt for bogey at the
11th and also dropped a shot at No. 18.
"Today was strange," the Englishman said. "The run of birdies
was great and it was like I couldn't miss. But then on the way back
I only had one and it shows how the game can turn."
Denmark's Kjeldsen also bogeyed No. 18. He finished with six
birdies and two bogeys.