- Team Kwan leads the Aramco-London series by two strokes
- Georgia Hall launched 64 with nine under par to top the individual leaderboard
Team Kwan had another exceptional day in the Aramco-London series as they scored 15 cards under par to lead by two strokes after the second round.
The quartet of Olivia Cowan, Sarina Schmidt, Diksha Daggar and Andrew Kelsey opened their championship with 14 under par, leaving them third overnight, and followed it up with a better run to finish 29 under par and topping. Team competition at Centurion Club.
Team Leader Kwan said: “My teammates carried today – they were rolling in so many hits. I was just on the sidelines! We’ll go out tomorrow and do exactly the same as we’ve been doing the last couple of days. We’ll just go and have fun – having a great time there, digging in some hits and hopefully we can get the trophy in the end. “.
The Simmermacher team, who finished second overnight, set early pace on day two as they scored 12 under-performed on the day for a total of 27 under-performed.
Captain Magdalena Simmermacher moved up the singles rankings, five under and T7 after two rounds.
“We had a lot of fun there. I think the side of the team makes it better for us to play better because we encourage each other and that makes it easier. Every time you make a mistake you will support each other and I think that works well in our team,” Simmermacher said.
Williams is third with four strokes behind the leader, while Young and Tim Johnson are firing back and tied for fourth.
England’s Georgia Hall opened the tour today when it gave a stealth-free card nine under par 64 to reach the top of the singles leaderboard.
The grand prize winner of Five Birds and Nasrin rolled to a one-shot lead over Thailand’s Atthaya Thitikul.
Hall explained: “I played really well and got through some good kicks. I hit it really close, my long run was much better today, and I was able to take advantage of no wind. I hope I have a good idea tomorrow. It’s always good to have Nasrin.”
It was also a no-stealth run for Titikull, the 2021 Tipsport Czech Ladies Open champion, rolling in four birdies in the front nine and four in the back nine.
“I gave myself a lot of chances to make a bird. I kept rolling the hits and they came out great. At the moment it’s going well. For now, I just trust the process and believe in myself. It’s an event I’ve never played before. This is my first time. Here. It’s great to play alongside your team,” The three-time winner said LET.
Norway’s Marianne Skärbenard made an excellent back half to her round as she made nine birdies on her last 13 holes to finish third in the singles competition.
The four-time LET winner said: “I started hitting the ball really well and then I started hitting and from there it just happened. I haven’t had a result as good as this in a while. It’s really nice to finish it off with a little birdie too.”
As a result of her solo tour, Team Skarpnord has also moved to T6 and sits at 22 under the par alongside four other teams.
There was a memorable moment for Kim Mitro on the second day, after she topped 17 out of threeThe tenth To grab her first professional piercing.
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