Céline Boutier hangs on behind a leading duo

Su Oh and Nasa Hataoka retain the lead at Honda LPGA Thailand after a storm-interrupted second round…one shot ahead of Céline Boutier! Perrine Delacour unscrews.

Three busy golfers the Honda LPGA Thailand leader’s seat after 18 holes with a score of -9. If the young German Esther Henseleit comes out of the top 10, the Australian its oh and the japanese NASA’s Hataoka managed to retain first place at -16, after a second round delayed an hour and a half by thunderstorms. The two youngsters have yet to concede the slightest bogey over the course of the Siam Country Club. The Australian took the lead on the 36th hole thanks to a “given” eagle on the par 5 of the 18th, which could well have turned into an albatross! Undeterred, the Asian golfer finished with a two-yard birdie to join Oh in the lead heading into the third round.

Boutier invites himself to the podium

Behind this infernal duo of protagonists, two Europeans collide with the Danish Nanna Koerstz Madsen and french number one Celine Boutier ! If the Scandinavian signed the most beautiful card of the day without fail to get on the podium, Boutier also got a similar card of 64 (-8) with ten birdies on the clock (and therefore two bogeys). La Francilienne also finished with four birdies, taking advantage of the greens that were especially welcoming due to the rain after the interruption of play, to plant the flags in all directions. Always happy to return to Thailand, the double winner of the LPGA tour he will seek a third coronation this weekend, in the land of his ancestors. She will also be in the last part on Saturday along with Nasa Hataoka and Su Oh.

Perrine Delacour retires, Henderson attacks!

perrine delacour, the second Habs to compete on the Pattaya route, did not experience the same success as the day before, dipping to 48th place (-4) in this uncut tournament, after an above-average day. We will also remember the shot of the driver from the fairway of the Canadian gunboat Brooke Hendersonworthy heiress of her compatriots in the “Crazy Canucks” of alpine skiing, sixth, four strokes behind the leader after four clear birdies on her return trip and who will have to be watched this weekend.

The classification


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