SUN CITY, South Africa (AP) — Retief Goosen took a one-stroke lead over Masters champion Angel Cabrera at the Nedbank Challenge, shooting 4-under 68 Friday in the second round.
Goosen opened with three birdies on his first four holes. The South African made three more birdies at the Gary Player Country Club but also had two bogeys for a 7-under 137.
Cabrera had the low round for the day with a 67. Defending champion Henrik Stenson (68) and Robert Allenby (70) are tied with the Argentine in second place.
Rory McIlroy, who complained of stomach pain, shot a 76 and is last in the 12-man field at 149.