NASSAU, Bahamas — Jordan Spieth rallied from a rugged start for a 6-under 66 on Friday that gave him a share of the lead with Jimmy Walker and Bill Haas going into the weekend at the Hero World Challenge.

Spieth may feel like he’s on vacation in the Bahamas, but on the golf course it’s all business.

Coming off two bogeys in five holes, he responded with three straight birdies, and then an eagle and two more birdies on the back nine at Albany Golf Club.

Walker took another step in working on a new move in his golf swing and drove the ball beautifully in his round of 65. Haas, one of the sponsor exemptions for the tournament hosted by Tiger Woods, also had a 66.

They were at 11-under 133.

AUSTRALIAN PGA: Sweden’s David Lingmerth shot a 4-under 68 to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds at Gold Coast, Australia.

American Peter Uihlein (67) was tied for second with England’s Mark Foster (73), South Africa’s Zander Lombard (75) and Dylan Frittelli (72), Australia’s Matthew Millar (70) and Spain’s Pablo Martin Benavides (67).

EUROPEAN TOUR: Byeong-Hun An of South Korea became the first Asian to win the rookie of the year award on the European Tour, a feat he hopes will inspire other golfers from his continent to play in Europe.

The 24-year-old An won his first tour title at the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth in May – finishing the flagship event with a record-low score – and had top-four finishes in three of the four Final Series events, earning him a seventh-place finish in the Race to Dubai.