In his first appearance in a World Golf Championships event, the 21-year-old added a five-under-par 66 to his opening-round 65 to finish at 11 under for the tournament at Club de Golf Chapultepec in Mexico City. "I'm really enjoying it and that's when I'm able to play my best". As soon as I hit it I knew I hit a good shot.
"I thought about nothing, I just wanted to have fun".
Garcia shot up the leaderboard late with a birdie on the par-four 10th, and an eagle on the par-five 11th and a birdie on 18.
"It's really been an experience and I just topped it off by playing well in the first two days so I'm really happy with everything".
"I just kept the ball in play throughout the day", Sharma said.
"My putting didn't work very well on the last eight holes, just two three putts on second and four".
"I worked all my life to come and play at a high stage like this".
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American Xander Schauffele and Spanairds Sergio Garcia and Rafa Cabrera Bello share second behind Sharma, who is making his WGC debut this week.
Sharma wants to keep his foot on the pedal as a strong week could open new doors and see him catapult into the top-50.
Sharma was solid on the front nine and recorded five birdies on the back nine. Three excellent tee shots gave him just the chance at Par-4 16th he hit his approach to within two feet and on Par-3 17th, he hit his tee shot to inside 10 feet and holed it and closed the day with another ideal approach shot to just over 10 feet from 143 yards and birdied it.
Leader Louis Oosthuizen headed Xander Schauffele, Sharma and Chris Paisley by a stroke on a day when defending champion Dustin Johnson hit a 69 that included a near ace at the 17th, his ball landing beyond the pin and spinning back nearly into the hole.
Despite admitting being uncomfortable early in the week Sharma hs clearly adapted to the big stage with little trouble thus far and is eager to get underway for the weekend.
An eagle yesterday at the short par-four first hole, where he drove the ball to inside two feet for a tap-in, changed that and bogeys at the next two holes proved minor setbacks. "Obviously the final destination for me is the PGA TOUR, that's always been my dream", said Sharma.