Benefiting from more favorable playing conditions from the morning games, In Gee Chun, the brilliant 66 (-5) lead, took the lead in the AIG Women’s Open. At -8 (134), the South Korean has won three times at the Majors, ahead of South Africa’s Ashley Buhay and Sweden’s Madeleine Sagstrom, both 65 (-6) today. Solid in the wind with a 70 (-1), Céline Boutier is seventh at -4 (138). Beren Delacour and Céline Herbin, the other two French women involved, did not make the cut.
In the good lot, V Ji Chun27 years old, took the opportunity to control AIG Women’s Championship. Departing at 1:38 p.m. (12:38 p.m. in Scotland), the South Koreans actually benefited from the weather that was less awkward than the morning packages. Three times victorious in the Majors (US Open 2015And the Evian Championship 2016 And the KPMG PGA Championship 2022), the seasoned Asian golfer managed to score a particularly excellent 66 (-5) with a complete comeback in 31 (-4).
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The Grand Slam record holder (men’s and women’s combined) with her historic -21 hit at Evian in 2016 here confirms her current very good form, which has only lost one piece this season in the LPGA Tour At fifteen start. -8 (134) at midway allowed him to count a small point ahead of the duo who also benefited from this surprisingly more favorable weather in the afternoon. Usually, on Scottish links, it is often that part of the day that is regularly blown by the wind.
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South Africa Ashley Bohai33, and Swedish Madeleine Sajstrom29, both 65 (-7) this Friday at a whopping 71 so far MuirfieldThey have produced a very high standard of golf. Buhai, the author of a story (30 (-6) with an eagle and four birds) can thank her racket, literally. 26 hits when coming to what’s over 5th in the British Open 2019 After he was in the lead after the first two sessions.
Enppi Park, at the corner of the forest…
Madelene Sagstrom also has a nice background in the last major part of the season. . winner Gainbridge LPGA in 2020distinguished herself 2021 British Championships at CarnoustieAnd it occupies second place, right behind its compatriot Anna Nordqvist. Like In Gee Chun, the Scandinavian is currently having a very tough season on the US circuit. In 17 starts, she only missed one cut. in the US Open.
Moving Day promises to be exciting anyway because serious customers are in an ambush like this Enppi Parkseven wins in the Majors including the 2015 British Championship, only 4 in -6 (136) ahead of the Australian Hannah Greentied for fifth place (with the Japanese Mio Yamashita), holder of KPMG PGA Championship 2019.
Seven in -4 (138) after the morning wind fight, Celine Potter He is also in the game to win, and tied with the Australian Minji Lee And the Japanese Hinako ShibunoLeader after 18 holes. Even if the road is still long until Sunday evening. La Francilienne, who finished second last weekend in the Scottish Open, has proved in any case that we must count on her for the next couple of days.
Unfortunately, that wouldn’t be the case for Perrin Delacourt And the Celine Herpen. The other two colors appearing this week in Julana. Picardie and Normandy respectively finished three and four moves off the block at +3. 77 (+6) for the first, which failed to sign any bird. 72 (+1) for the second, who knew how to act after a tough 77 on Thursday…
Also go out for some cool favourites. Let us quote the words of the defending hero, Anna Nordqvistworld number 1, Jin Young Koothe Japanese yaka furioLast weekend’s Scottish Open winner, the Spaniard Carlota Segandathird in Evian two weeks ago, or even American Lexi Thompsonranked No. 7 on the world, who passed those first two rounds in Scotland like a bogey of two cards of 75 and 77!
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