South Korean Jenny Shin is the new leader at the Honda LPGA Thailand after following up her opening 65 with a four-under-par 68.
Shin’s 11-under-par total was good enough for a one-shot lead over American Lizette Salas (68), Australian Minjee Lee (69) and countrywoman Eun-hee Ji, who held the overnight lead after her spectacular 63 on day one and managed to stay within touching distance of the top thanks to a second-round 71.
Lee looked set to hold a share of the lead before a late bogey saw her join the tie for second.
Sharing third place on nine under are Austin Ernst (66) and a pair of Amys – Yang (66) and Olson (67).
From -32 degrees at home to -9 on the tournament.@AmyOlsonGolf is in prime position to move to the top of the leaderboard during the weekend.
Listen to her post round interview now! ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/oEwqK9T97o
— LPGA (@LPGA) 22 February 2019
World No 1 Ariya Jutanugarn (72), former No 1 Lydia Ko (67) and Michelle Wie (72) are among those on four under, seven back.
First-round leader Tony Finau credited a change in putting grip for his six-under-par 64 at the Charles Schwab Challenge.
Anna Nordqvist fired a six-under 65 at the Pure Silk Championship on Thursday to grab a share of the lead with Bronte Law and Jennifer Song.
Three Englishmen are among the leaders after Thursday’s opening round of the Made in Denmark on the European Tour.
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Brooks Koepka is supremely confident that his major tally will reach double figures, but the bookmakers aren’t as convinced.
Justin Rose is the defending champion at this week’s Charles Schwab Challenge, but he knows that doesn’t necessarily give him an advantage.
Rory McIlroy has confirmed his participation in the Scottish Open that is set to take place at the Renaissance Club from 11 July.
Thorbjorn Olesen says he has extra motivation to do well in this week’s Made In Denmark tournament as he wants to win on home soil.