133 – Low score so far this week, shared by Peter Uihlein and Brett Rumford.
87 – Career European Tour starts for Uihlein, who has only once shot a lower 36 hole score than 133 (131 at the 2013 Alfred Dunhill Links Championship).
51 – Putts needed so far for Uihlein, the fewest in the field after two rounds.
6 – This is just the sixth start for Brett Rumford since returning to The European Tour following nasty injury caused by eating an apple.
64 – Low score of the day from Louis Oosthuizen, who made ten pars and eight birdies in a flawless second round display.
2 – Louis Oosthuizen has missed just two fairways (26 of 28) and two greens (34 of 36) after two rounds, leading the field in both categories.
25 – Months since Oosthuizen’s last win at the 2014 Volvo Golf Champions.
67 – For Frenchman Alexander Levy today. It’s been 20 events since the two-time European Tour winner last notched a top ten.
86 – Per cent scrambling success for Marcus Fraser over his last seven rounds. Last week’s winner has made par or better 36 times from 42 missed greens dating back to the final round Omega Dubai Desert Classic.
0.61 – Average dropped shots over the final three holes at Lake Karrinyup Golf Course. All three holes rank inside the the six toughest holes of the week so far.
127 – Birdies and eagles at the 553 yard par five 11th hole so far. Unsurprisingly it is playing as the easiest hole.
74 – Players made the cut at level par or better.
11 – Nationalities in the top 18 on the leaderboard after 36 holes, including Scotland, Brazil, India, South Korea and Singapore.
1 - Kangaroo selfie for Peter Uihlein after his round.