Bryson DeChambeau is tied for the lead at the halfway stage of the Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
The world number five is on 12 under par alongside Australia's Lucas Herbert.
Meanwhile three-time winner Ernie Els and 2011 champion Alvaro Quiros are one shot off the lead.
DeChambeau says he's happy with where his game is at.
Meanwhile Herbert, who is chasing his maiden European Tour win, says the Majlis course at Emirates Golf Club suits his game.
Herbert and DeChambeau tee-off at 12:50pm on Saturday.