Jordan started the tournament with a nice 67 on the opening 18 marked by well positioned shots and spot on putting. Then today he one upped it with a sparkling 66 to come in at 11 under par one shot behine the former world number 1 Kaymer.
Tomorrow they tee off last in what should be a great shoot out.
Armed with the newly won experience gained from the tightly contested masters Jordan is well positioned for a strong run this weekend.
Should be a great weekend.