Louis Oosthuizen leads as Chris Paisley impresses at WGC-Mexico

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The South African carded a blemish free 64 which included five birdies and an eagle on the par five 15th hole.

Oosthuizen was flawless at Club de Golf Chapultepec, holing an eagle and five birdies as he posted his lowest round at any of the four World Golf Championships.

"I drove it pretty well today, I've got a lot of confidence with my driver and was just teeing it up on a lot of holes and making good swings".

Three players sit just one behind Oosthuizen on six-under-par - Chris Paisley of England, American Xander Schauffele and India's Shubhankar Sharma.

Paisley might have expected better after his recent BMW SA Open win, his debut European Tour victory.

"It's the biggest tournament I've played in by a long stretch", the Briton said. I didn't want to come here and just be happy to be part of it and make up the numbers. "I really kind of started on Tuesday, wasn't swinging it very well, and then yesterday I just was hitting it terrible. I'm obviously surprised I've gone out and shot six under and I'm in second place - that's kind of surpassed my expectations".

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However, two more bogeys on his back nine left him floundering at four over before late birdies at his 15th and 18th limited the damage.

Spain's Rafael Cabrera-Bello and Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand, at 5-under, sit just two off the lead heading into Friday.

The four-time European Tour victor further clarified his position with a series of tweets on Friday morning.

Starting at the 10th Dunne was in trouble early on with bogeys at three of his first five holes before he pulled a shot back thanks to a magnificent approach to the 16th - his eighth hole - which spun back and lipped out of the hole, nearly going in for an eagle two.

Ten players, including Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson and defending champion Dustin Johnson, are five back of the lead at 2-under.

Johnson, for example, had two bogeys and a double-bogey and played the par 5s, which he feasted on a year ago on his way to victory, in 1 under par.

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