The New Zealand golfers Mark Brown and Michael Long have just made the cut at the $3.9 million China Open in Beijing.
The Wellington golfer Brown shot a five over par 77 second round which was just enough combined with his one under on the opening day.
The Perth-based Long was three over 75 to go with his one over 73. Both golfers are tied for 62nd.
Gareth Paddison missed the cut after a 75.
Choi Ho-sung of South Korea picked up four shots to claim the second-day lead with a six-under-par 138.
The China Open is co-sanctioned by the European Tour.