King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia: Emily Christine Pedersen of Denmark went from ghost to start and eagle to finish to take the lead on Friday in the middle of the Saudi Aramco International Women’s Golf Championship at the Royal Greens and Country Club.
Starting with nine noon at no. 10, Pedersen drilled its hybrid approach to 15 feet and made the blow, after a good drive on the 9th Bar 5 hole to finish the second round at 4-Under 68.
Alongside her 67th first round, Pedersen, the race leader for the Costa del Sol, stood 9th below the division in the tournament to deliver two shots to Wells at Lydia Hall at the weekend of the European Ladies’ Certified Public Investment Fund (PIF) event..
“Since the training rounds, I like it here. It has a lot of challenge. Pedersen said of the sun-clad par-72 scheme, at 6,385 yards on the Red Sea coast, it’s very important to get to the trails. .
“No pressure. I just want to do well this week, ”the 24-year-old added, referring to the race to the Costa del Sol..
Pedersen committed his own opening hole but managed to break out of the same level, sinking six feet of a bird at 17. Sparrows added on Nos. 1 and 4 before covering her tour with an eagle.
“There is still a lot of golf to play. We’re just halfway there. There are a lot of good players. I hope I can continue and present my game and we’ll see again. She said « nothing ».
First round leader, Georgia Hall of England, was tied with Pedersen early in 9th with a bird at 13, but then, after undermining the next hole, disaster struck when she dropped three shots with a double ghost and a ghost at 15 and 16 versus 1 – more From 73 and 6 – less after two days, three for speed.
Despite her modest offer, Hall said unperturbed, “Only three behind her are nothing for the weekend.
Her Welsh name carried three birds against two ghosts to return 1-below 71 in the afternoon winds that gave her a total of -7 after 36 holes.. She said, « Everything is refreshing tonight so that I can see how the girls felt they got a bad deal yesterday and that at least two clubs are puffing so many holes. ».
“Something important was missing on the right side and not being overly aggressive. Overall, I’m really happy and looking forward to the weekend ».
Once again, red numbers dominated the scoreboard as Swedish Caroline Headwall shot eight birds in a course scored 65 by Hall on opening day.. German Laura Voynfstock and Spanish Luna Sopron Glamz match up two identical cards of 66.
Fuenfestock sat on -5 in a fourth-place draw with German teammate Esther Henselett (68), while Galmez was in a V-4 group that included Swedish grand winner Anna Nordkvist who scored 69 on Friday..
There were 67 players who scored 7 blocks over 151 players including weekend clashes of 108 players.
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