Chanettee Wannasaen from Thailand takes the lead, Agathe Sauzon is the only survivor

Halfway through the race in Pattaya, local Chanettee Wannasaen (pictured) took the lead. Agathe Sauzon is the only tricolor to pass the cut this Thursday.

After the representative of the male gender on Wednesday, it is the turn of a woman to take first place in the classification this Thursday in this mixed event. Chanettee Wannasaen added 15 points to his total (the event is held in the Stableford formula) in the Siam Country Club (Thailand) including two eagles. In stroke play, the Thai signed a nice 66 (-6).

She is three points ahead of her compatriot, author of the card of the day (20 points), Natipong Srithong and the korean kyongjun moon. Note the good rise to 6th place of the talented Swede maja stark with his 17 points taken during this second round.

Agathe Sauzon confirms it

The days follow one another and they look alike Agathe Sauzon. After posting five birdies and a bogey on Wednesday, the Habs just made one fewer birdie to add 7 points on the second day of competition. 29 with a total of 16 points, Sauzon is 12 points behind the leader.

Just like last week, only one of the four tricolor representatives will be present for the next two rounds.

Despite a 4-point card (four birdies and as many bogeys), Anais Meyssonnier misses five points from the ax (6 points, 96th). Charlotte Liautier he was too quiet this Thursday with a birdie and a bogey to hope to recover his deficit (1 point, 124th). Anne-Charlotte Mora however, he was disqualified.

The leaderboard

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