Minjee Lee leads the BMW Championship and Carlota Ciganda, far behind


Minjee Lee leads the BMW Championship and Carlota Ciganda, far behind

Minjee Lee he signed off with a 69, three under par, at second round of the BMW Ladies Championship from South Korea, LPGA Tour tournament, to take a two-stroke advantage in the lead (-11). All, after a day of improvement for Carlota Cigandawhich nevertheless remains sixty seconds with +2.

Minjee Lee He carded four birdies and a bogey to lead at -11. By this he surpassed the American in two effects Alison Leewho made bogey on his last hole for a 72, and the Indian Ashleigh Buhai (73). The defending champion My Lydia He was three strokes away after signing with a 69.

On Thursday, Buhai shot a bogey-free 62 to take a one-stroke lead after the first round at Seowon Valley Country Club outside Seoul in good playing conditions. However, that changed on Friday, with gusty winds and fast greens.

He took advantage of the conditions to thrive Carlota Ciganda, with a second round of 71 strokes, one under par. In it he made three birdies and two bogeys. However, the 75 from the previous day still weighed on his card, so the Spaniard shared sixty second position with +2.

Classification after the second round (par 72)

1. Minjee Lee (Australia) 133 (64-69)
2. Alison Lee (United States) 135 (63-72)
2. Ashleigh Buhai (South Africa) 135 (62-73)
4. Jeongeun Lee6 (South Korea) 136 (68-68)
4. Lydia Ko (New Zealand) 136 (67-69)
4. Hae Ran Ryu (South Korea) 136 (65-71)
7. Angel Yin (United States) 137 (69-68)
7. Yan Liu (China) 137 (66-71)
9. Nelly Korda (United States) 138 (70-68)
9. Céline Boutier (France) 138 (66-72)
9. Jodi Ewart Shadoff (England) 138 (66-72)

62. Carlota Ciganda (Spain) 146 (75-71)

Source: La Verdad


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