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Lee shines as Jutanugarn leads LPGA event

Lee shines as Jutanugarn leads LPGA event

Thai golfer Ariya Jutanugarn could have gone into the final round of the Canadian Women's Open with a bigger lead.

That honour falls to the ever consistent Minjee Lee who followed up her opening round 69 with a two-under-par 70 to be seven shots off the pace at five-under.

Her second-round score could have been lower, but Sharp three-putted for par from just off the green on the par-5 seventh, three-putted for bogey from 20 feet on the par-3 eighth and failed to covert a 10-footer for birdie on the par-4 ninth to close out her round.

"Feeling good", Ariya said, a week after withdrawing from the Rio Olympics because of an injury to her left knee.

The world number one was outshone by Jutanugarn, however, who holed eight birdies in her round of 64, to vault from 9th to 1st at Priddis Greens at 12 under for the tournament.

At 17-under 199, she had a two-stroke advantage over South Korea's In Gee Chun. "I'm hitting it well, driving it well, keeping it in the fairway, which is important here, rolling it well".

"After I won my first tournament, I kind of know how I play under pressure, so I know when I get really excited what I have to do", she said.

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Meadow, ranked 419 in the world, has endured a hard year but has produced back-to-back rounds in Calgary to remain in the hunt for her first professional win.

Sharp's finest showing on the LPGA Tour is a tie for fifth, and she admitted a career-best is "kind of sitting in the back of my mind right now".

"So just know there are expectations, but I'm not going to think about it". "Through bad shots and good shots, they're supporting me and give me a little bit of extra energy and positive vibes".

South Korea's Sei Young Kim carded a round of 68 to pull into a tie for third at 12 under with Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow, who shot 69.

New Zealand's Lydia Ko hits from the fourth tee box during second-round action at the LPGA Canadian Open golf tournament in Priddis, Alberta, Friday, Aug. 26, 2016. Thats really helped me the last two days.”. "I'm not really care like who the leader is, like what I say yesterday".

She bogeyed the par-5 18th for a 68 in the completion of the delayed first round, then made eight birdies in her bogey-free second round.

Henderson sits in 29th after shooting a 4-under 68 in her second round Friday.


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