Doak playing his card right at Vilamoura
Chris Doak arrived on the sun-splashed Algarve staring at the likelihood of losing his European Tour card but now the Scot is daring to dream of victory in the Portugal Masters at Vilamoura.
The Glaswegian continues to make a mockery of his maiden showing on the Oceanico Victoria course adding a second-round 64 to his opening 67 to move into a share of fourth place on 11-under-par 131.
South African Hennie Otto (63) and the England pair of David Lynn (65) and Paul Waring (64) share the lead on 12 under.
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