LPGA Mediheal Championship | Kang takes a hit

(Daly City) Daniel Kang scored a birdie in the 18th minutee Pit to take the lead in the LPGA Mediheal Championship on Friday.


After finishing the tie at 35e In the standings at the US Women’s Open last week, Kang climbed to No. 1 at Lake Merced with a Tour 66 (under-6).

She finished the second day minus 7, one stroke ahead of Leona Maguire, who was ahead after the first round, and Lauren Kim.

“I think the weather was much warmer,” Kang explained. I play well when it’s really hot. Obviously the cold days weren’t my best, but the weather was by my side. ”

Kang rebounded from a mistake at the age of 16e Stalling a six-foot-long bounty shot at 17e And his plane to end his tour.

After the role of 65, Maguire played 73 on Friday. She pulled herself together after committing three bogeys to start the tour.

Maguire made the start with the previous champions of this tournament, Sei Young Kim (2018) and Lydia Ko (2019).

Lauren Kim handed a card 69 seconds in a row.

Min Lee is fourth at -5 at Round 69.

Ontario’s Nafta Sharp qualified for the weekend with a round of 69, hitting the level in the first two rounds.

Quebec Anne Catherine Tangway (75) and Albertan Jacqueline Lee (78) weren’t so lucky.

At +10, their path to this tournament is over.

Brock M. retired. Henderson of Ontario after the first round of 77.

Lexi Thompson played 72 for under 1 behind.

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England’s Jodi Ewart Chadoff scored a hole in the 17th minutee, 3 par-3, to secure her spot on the weekend rides. I brought a card from the 70’s.

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