DURBAN, South Africa -- Joost Luiten holed out for an albatross on the way to a 5-under 67 Friday and a share of the second-round lead with Louis Oosthuizen and Tommy Fleetwood at the Volvo Golf Champions. The Dutchman holed his 7-iron from 248 yards for a two on the par-5 No. 10 at Durban Country Club. His shot pitched near the front fringe, took a couple of bounces across the green and rolled home. "The ball just pitched exactly where I wanted it to, in front of the green and rolled right up to the flag and disappeared in the hole," said Luiten, who turned 28 on Tuesday. "So, yeah, it was a good feeling. Ive never had an albatross before and now at 7 under par I am in a great position for the weekend." Luiten is at 7-under 137 total alongside defending champion Oosthuizen (69) and Fleetwood (67). There was only one albatross -- or double eagle -- on the European Tour all of last season. Chris Doak got it at the Madeira Islands Open in May. Oosthuizen made four birdies and a bogey, while Fleetwood had six birdies and a single dropped shot. Victor Dubuisson (69) was alone in fourth at 6 under. Luiten, who qualified for the elite 36-player field in Durban by capturing the KLM Open, was 3 under when he made his albatross and immediately jumped into a share of the lead at 6 under. He also birdied the last. Oosthuizen is looking to successfully defend a European Tour title for the second time in his career after winning the Africa Open in 2011 and 2012. "Im delighted with my position and luckily its the type of golf course where you can get away with it by not hitting a lot of drivers or 3-woods," the 2010 British Open winner said. "So I just need to keep it together for the weekend." Fleetwood earned his place in the field by winning the Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles in September and he matched Luitens 67 to move into contention for a second tour title. 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The Lions can clinch a playoff berth with a victory next weekend at Chicago, and no matter what happens in that game, Detroit will take the division if it wins at Green Bay the following week.For a while, it looked as if the Lions (10-4) might waste their opportunity to pull even with the Packers atop the division. Green Bay had already lost to Buffalo when Detroit spotted Minnesota a 14-0 lead, but the Lions rallied thanks to two second-quarter interceptions, and they finally took the lead on Matt Praters 33-yard field goal with 3:38 left in the fourth quarter.The Vikings (6-8) had the ball two more times, but by the end they were reduced to sending Blair Walsh out to try a 68-yard field goal on the games final play. It was short, and the Lions held on.The Lions have been through a lot of seasons where they havent been doing too good, said Jones, who is from nearby Southfield. 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