The morning after the night before was not quite so successful for Ryder Cup hero Colin Montgomerie and overnight leader, Ireland's Graeme McDowell.
Having finished his first-round 71 in The Heritage at Woburn with a birdie and then a 35-foot eagle putt, Montgomerie began the second round with a double-bogey seven.
The 41-year-old Scot, who sank the winning putt for Europe on Sunday, went into the trees down the right of the 505-yard hole. He had to take a penalty drop and then once he was on the green he three-putted.
At one over par he was six adrift of playing partner, Ireland's Graeme McDowell along with co-leaders Jose Manuel Lara of Spain and Australian Nick O’Hern. McDowell then bogeyed the short 11th.
Lara and O’Hern were among the afternoon starters.