West Lynn, Oregon – Jane Ingao He shot 67 on Friday, 5 under par, and took the lead in the second round of the Portland Classic in Cumbia.
The second-ranked South Korean star only needed 23 putts in the morning round, caught 6 birdies and a bogey, and shot 136 at the mountainous, windy and tricky Oregon Golf Club. , 8 under par.
Gao said she changed the putter when she stayed in South Korea for more than a month a few weeks ago.
“I feel really…comfortable…fresh,” Ko said. “I am playing well now.”
Gemma Dryburgh of Scotland suffered another stroke after shooting 69.
“It’s very difficult there. It’s windy,” Dreiberg said. “Reminds me of my hometown, especially my back nine holes, the first nine holes. It’s more open there, so it’s a bit tricky.”
Carlota SigandaHe was the only member of the field to win the European Solheim Cup team, he shot 71, 5 under par.
“This is a difficult day,” Ciganda said. “The first nine holes were played for three hours, so it’s just that, this is a tough course. This is a new course. It was very windy today. The first nine holes were tricky in crosswind conditions.”
Jeongeun Lee (67), Jeongeun Lee6 (70), Andrea Lee (68), Alana Uriell (66), Su Oh (71), Jenny Shin (71) and Pajaree Anannarukarn (72) were 4 under par.
This is the first start since the Tokyo Olympics. Late Thursday afternoon, she bogeyed three consecutive holes and rebounded after shooting 69. She won her eighth LPGA Tour victory in Texas in July.
“These fairways and greens are really narrow, so I had to play straight,” Gao said. “So everyone’s tee is a bit tight, but [I did a] very good. I am looking forward to the weekend. “
A few months ago, due to security concerns about the homeless camp bordering Portland’s layout, the scenic stadium that agreed to host the event would rain overnight and throughout the weekend.
Laura Davies (Laura Davies) 57 years old, is the oldest player in the field, after she shot 70 in the opening, shot 75, and finally led by one. Brooke HendersonThe 2015 and 2016 champions led by 2 points after shooting 76.
Ellie Slama, a senior at Oregon State University, advanced to the weekend with a score of 3 or more after opening 78 and 69.
2017 champion Stacy Lewis (Stacy Lewis) missed the promotion with 73 and 78 rounds.