Torrance challenges

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Sam Torrance posted a second-round three-under-par 69 to move into joint fifth place in the Sarazen World Open in Braselton, Georgia, last night.

Torrance is one of four players - along with the New Zealander Frank Nobilo - on a total of 140, four strokes behind the leader, Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain, who also scored a 69 to add to his first-round 67.

Jimenez leads by two strokes from the Open champion, John Daly (68), and his fellow Americans Craig Stadler (70) and Fuzzy Zoeller (71).

Michael Campbell, of New Zealand, took his first title yesterday when he decisively won the Alfred Dunhill Masters with a record-equalling final round of 65 in Jakarta.