Published November 20, 2014
Stephen Dodd of Wales shot 6 under for the first 13 holes of his second round to stand 8 under for the tournament Friday before darkness forced 78 players to abandon their rounds at the KLM Open
"I've been driving the ball really well, and this course there's a big premium on hitting a lot of fairways," Kapur said.
After taking to the course early to complete his rain-delayed 70 of the first round, McIlroy had a bogey 5 on the first hole of his second round before reeling off six birdies.
"I don't feel I drove the ball particularly well," McIlroy said. "There were a couple of loose shots and I got some lucky breaks."
World No. 2 Lee Westwood was four under.