Day two in Dubai

Updated 1932 GMT (0332 HKT) November 15, 2013
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Henrik Stenson lined up all his shots almost perfectly Friday. He didn't hit a bogey and struck eight birdies on the Earth Course at Jumeirah Golf Estates. MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images
Stenson is in pole position to win the Race to Dubai and it's apparent he has a fan club. He would become the first man to claim both the Race to Dubai and FedEx Cup in the same season. Andrew Redington/Getty Images
Stenson leads through two rounds, which isn't a surprise. But not many would have expected Alejandro Canizares of Spain to be occupying second spot. He put in another solid round and trails by a shot. MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images
Justin Rose will win the Race to Dubai if he wins the title this weekend but he has some work to do given he is five shots behind Stenson. MARWAN NAAMANI/AFP/Getty Images
Ian Poulter, Stenson's pal, can still win the Race to Dubai, too. But like Rose he is five shots behind the current leader. He was hurt by two bogeys on the back nine. Andrew Redington/Getty Images