Yoo Hyun-jo tied for 15th – Lim Ji-yu misses cut
5 strokes off the U.S. Open lead.
South Korea’s Kim Min-sol jumped to a tie for seventh place after the second round of women’s golf at
Kim shot a 4-under 68 in the second round of women’s golf on Monday at the par-72 West Lake
International Golf Course in Hangzhou, China.
With a midday total of 7-under par 137, Kim is tied for seventh place with Baba Saki (JPN). She moved up
five spots from a tie for 10th on day one. He is five strokes behind leader Arpichaya Yubol (THA), who also
shot a 7-under par on the day. Yubol, who was tied for second the previous day, jumped into sole possession of the lead.
Yoo Hyun-jo, the best South Korean finisher in the first round with a tie for seventh, shot a 1-over-par on
the day and slipped to a tie for 15th (3-under 141). Jiyu Lim missed the cut after carding a 2-under-par 142.
World No. 2 Yin Luning (CHN), a strong favorite to win the tournament, was tied for second place for the
second straight day with an 11-under-par 133. Aditi Ashok (India) also remained tied for second.
The team standings are based on the combined scores of the top two players from each country. China
moved into sole possession of the lead with a 21-under total, while first-round co-leader Japan (15-
under) dropped to fourth. In second place is Thailand (20-under par) and third is India (16-under par).
South Korea, which started the day in fourth place, finished fifth with a median score of 11-under par. 카지노사이트존