A STUNNING second round from Bernd Wiesberger has propelled him into a three-way share of the lead at the Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Open.

A 10-under par round of 61 helped the 33-year-old move level with Lee Slattery and Erik Van Rooyen on 14-under par at The Renaissance Club, near Dirleton.

The final golfers have just finished off their second round and both East Lothian's Grant Forrest and David Drysdale have made the cut.

Forrest leads the way on seven-under par following a steady round of 68.

That saw the North Berwick golfer pick up six birdies on his second round, with just two bogeys.

He is tied for 41st place alongside fellow Scot Richie Ramsay.

Things were a bit more nervy for Drysdale, despite the former Dunbar Grammar School pupil picking up an eagle on the tenth hole.

The 44-year-old faced an agonising wait after his two-under round took him to five-under for the tournament.

The projected cut changed during the day but Drysdale squeezed through.

Big names did fail to make the cut though, with Rickie Fowler, who lifted the trophy at Gullane Golf Club in 2015, former Open Championship winner Padraig Harrington and Graeme McDowell not making the cut.