Rory McIlroy moved to the top of the leader board with a 5-under 67 Friday in the second round of the Dubai World Championship. The top-ranked golfer, who missed several makeable putts on the front nine and then saw an eagle putt roll past the hole on 14, is tied with Luke Donald (68) and Marc Warren (67) at 11-under 133. "I continued driving the ball well today and gave myself plenty of opportunities with the new golf clubs for sale," said McIlroy, who has already won the European and PGA tour money titles. “But apart from that, it was a very solid round of golf and obviously in good position going into the weekend." Sergio Garcia, playing for the first time since having laser eye surgery, matched the course record with an 8-under 64 using the great golf clubs for sale . Garcia started with four birdies on his first five holes and then had a string of birdies at the turn before holing a long putt for eagle on 14. But he shot into the water on 16 for a triple-bogey before recovering to finish with a birdie and eagle. "Coming back from a long break, so trying to get some good vibrations going and I managed to finish better than that," said Garcia, who is tied for 18th. Donald joined McIlroy and Warren at 11 under with a short birdie putt on the 18 th with the golf clubs for sale. Warren had a chance take the outright lead, but his 12-foot putt on the 18th came up short. "Obviously, haven't dropped a shot in 36 holes, so feel good about that," said Donald, who finished with four birdies in a bogey-free round. "I had some opportunities, 10-foot, and 15-footers on a few holes that I just misread. But that was a solid round of golf." Donald said he wasn't getting his approach shots as close to the pin as the first day, but made up for it with the putter, including a difficult birdie on No. 9 and nice par save on 12.
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