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The Englishman was two shots ahead after day one and he added to his opening 67 to reach -13. His second round contained one eagle, five birdies and a solitary bogey on the 6th hole.
Having circled four consecutive birdies on holes 9-12 yesterday, he once again took advantage of that stretch around the turn, with an eagle at the par-5 9th backed up by birdies on 10 and 11.
Streeter, who is going in search of a third Legends Tour title having won twice in his rookie season in 2018, is -8 for the eight par-5s through the first two rounds.
“I’ve hit it really well,” he said. “I’m driving it nicely and if you get it in play off the tee there are chances. The par 5s are all gettable, so that’s been the key to my scoring. I’ve holed a few nice putts as well.
“I always hit it well in practice rounds and then I get into the tournament and I get a little bit quick. So that’s been my one thought today, to maintain my tempo and not get too quick, and it seems to be working.”
A win tomorrow would have extra meaning as it would boost Streeter from a relatively low exemption ranking and enable him to plan his year ahead – and that significance isn’t lost on the leader: “I’m going to be extremely nervous – as I always am. But it’s where we want to put ourselves to see how we handle it. It’s what we practice for.”
Keith Horne is in 2nd on -10. The South African, who won Legends Tour Qualifying School in January, signed for a second 67 of the week. A shot further back are Adilson da Silva and Gary Orr, who shot 68 and 67 respectively.
Spain’s Carl Suneson played the final five holes in five-under-par, including a hole-in-one at 16, to post a 66 and climb inside the top 15 on -4.