Ford Championship tied for 4th place by 2R and 2 strokes

Kim Hyo-joo is running for her first win of the season.

Kim Hyo-joo tied seven birdies and two bogeys to score a 5-under 67 in the second round of the U.S. Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour Ford Championship (total prize money of $2.25 million) at Seville Golf & Country Club (par 72) in Gilbert, Arizona, on the 30th (Korea time).

Having recorded 12-under 132 pars in interim tally, she tied for fourth. She is only two pars shy of the lone lead, Hannah Green of Australia. She could seek to reverse her situation on Moving Day.

She has strong shot sense. In particular, she has remarkable rate of landing on a fairway. She missed the fairway only once during the 36 holes in the first and second rounds. Her Green accuracy rate totaled 77.78 percent in the second round. She also posted an average of 26.

Starting at Hole 10, Kim garnered her first birdie at Hole 11 (par 4). She bogeyed at Hole 15 (par 4), but recovered by making consecutive birdies at Hole 17-18.

She continued to close her shots in the second half. She birdied the first hole (par 4) and birdied the third holes in a row. It was regrettable that she added a bogey at the eighth hole (par 3).

Following Kim Hyo-joo, Im Jin-hee reduced her pars by six to tie for 10th place with 10-under 134 overall. Kim Sei-young and Shin Ji-eun also reduced their pars by five and four, respectively, to tie for 10th place. 토토사이트 순위

Ji Eun-hee and Anna-rin tied for 28th with 8-under 136, and Kim In-kyung and Sung Yu-jin tied for 54th with 6-under 138. Yang Hee-young failed to pass the cut line by recording 70 strokes for two consecutive days, failing to break the 5-under line. Choi Hye-jin also reduced her shots by four strokes on the day, but failed to advance to the finals with an interim total of 3-under 141.

Green is now leading the pack by garnering 11 birdies without any bogey. She also birdied six consecutive holes at Holes 13 and 18. Lydia Ko of New Zealand, who will join the Hall of Fame if she wins the championship, reduced her pars by eight and tied for sixth with 11-under per 133.

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