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Stacy Lewis‘s 65 was the low round of the day on Thursday at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia, but she stalled Friday and a million players (it seemed) blew by her, led by Ayako Uehara‘s 63 and 64s by Lydia Ko and Jodi Ewart Shadoff. But your leader at the halfway point is So Yeon Ryu, who went 66-65 to become the 1st player to get to double digits under par in the field. Ryu has been so dialed in, each of her 4 bogeys came as quite a shock. Let’s see if she can handle the lead on the weekend better than Lewis did last week.
I was sick yesterday and catching up today, but I did get to see most of the tv coverage and really enjoyed seeing so many good rounds. But it would have been nice to see more of Azahara Munoz‘s 65 or find out that Sandra Gal matched it and Paula Creamer was only 1 shot worse, tied with Chella Choi. I’m excited to see a lot of Uehara today and will be rooting for Danielle Kang and Na Yeon Choi to get it going and Jenny Shin and Shanshan Feng to move into serious contention.