LPGA Tour Mizuho Amerikas Open by 2R and 2 strokes

Lee So-mi tied four birdies and three bogeys for a 1-under 71 in the second round of the tournament at Liberty National Golf Club (par 72, 6,675 yards) in Jersey City, New Jersey, on the 18th (Korea time).

Lee So-mi, who was the lone lead with 6 under par on the first day, recorded a 7-under par 137 in the interim, dropping one step down to second place.

Lee So-mi, who debuted on the LPGA Tour this year and tied for 13th in the JM Eagle LA Championship last month, was originally a “waiting player No. 2” ahead of the tournament, but has taken the opportunity to play due to the withdrawal of other players.
The participation was uncertain enough to send even the caddie home, but on the first day of the dramatic move, he left his bag to his father and swung a hard blow, but the momentum was somewhat dampened on the day with his caddie, not his father.

However, the gap with Ataya Thitikul (Thailand, 9-under 135), who took the lead alone on the day, is only two strokes, which is enough to continue his challenge to win as well as to enter the top 10 for the first time of the season.

Lee So-mi, who made a bogey on the first hole of the day, exchanged birdies on the fourth and fifth holes and bogeys on the 10th and 11th holes, failing to reduce the number of strokes, but changed the flow to birdies on the 13th and 16th holes, promising the third round.

The 2022 LPGA Tour Rookie of the Year, T-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee-Tee.

The tee-tiker will not win after winning two games in 2022, his debut season.

World No. 1 Nelly Korda of the U.S. reduced four strokes and jumped to third place (6-under 138) with Ariya Jutanugarn of Thailand, opening the possibility of winning six games in the season.토토사이트

Ko Jin-young, ranked fifth in the world, tied for 15th (4-under 140) with Kang Min-ji and Alison Lee (USA), while Lee Min-ji (Australia) tied for 25th (3-under 141) and Jeon In-ji, Kim Se-young and Shin Ji-eun tied for 35th (2-under 142) to finish the second round.

Yang Hee-young, Anna-rin, and Lee Mi-hyang tied for 46th (1-under 143) and passed the cut.

Ji Eun-hee (2-over 146), Lydia Ko (New Zealand), Daniel Kang (U.S., 5-over 149), and Choi Hye-jin (6-over 150) failed to make the cut. The standard for the cut was 1 under par.

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