Lee claims slender advantage
Last updated: 16th March 2013
Jee Young Lee carded a flawless round of 64 to claim a one-stroke lead after the second round of the LPGA Founders Cup.
On Thursday, Ai Miyazato carded a course record 63 at Wildfire Golf Club, but Lee shot the second best round ever recorded at the 6,583-yard layout to edge ahead of the Japanese player at the top of the leaderboard.
In third place is American Stacey Lee, three shots behind Miyazato on 11-under.
Lee started her assault on eh course at the par-five fifth, before adding three more birdies at the end of the front nine.
Another birdie at the 10th made it four in a row for the South Korean, before claiming three more in the last four holes.
Miyazato, a runner-up in 2012, carded nine birdies in her round but made her first two bogeys of the event at the par-three sixth and par-four ninth to fall one stroke behind the South Korean leader.
In a tie for fourth place, two strokes behind Lewis are Americans Danielle Kang and Gerina Piller, Taiwan's Candie Kung, another South Korean Amy Yang, Australian Lindsey Wright and Taiwan's Candie Kung on nine-under.
At eight under par at the halfway stage are and Americans Daniela Iacobelli and Cristie Kerr, Sweden's Anna Nordqvist, South Korean I.K. Kim and Germany's Sandra Gal.
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