Jason Day could not put a foot wrong as he extended his lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational to two shots on Friday.
The Australian backed up his opening round of 66 with a sizzling seven under 65 at Bay Hill.
Day rolled in seven birdies during the flawless round, making for an excellent highlights package.
"I felt like I couldn't do anything wrong out there," quipped the PGA Championship winner after the round, who hit ten fairways and 15 greens.
"It felt great. It felt like it was the second half of last year, especially today, hitting long drives, hitting smart shots into the greens and holing big putts.
"My swing feels put together. It feels in sync and I can get after it."
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