Lucie Malchirand is still in the top 15… very tentative – Golf Planète

With the match stopped due to bad weather, Lucie Malchirand (photo) held on to keep her place at the top of the table. The English Meghan MacLaren, remains the only leader.

The torrential rains that fell on the Bonville Golf Course will not have allowed most of the players to pass at the end of this second round of theAustralian Women’s Classic. Indeed, there will be more than fifty who will have to take to the streets on Saturday morning at dawn to complete up to ten holes of their second round before possibly continuing for the third.

Among the unemployed golfers is the leader Megan McLaren, already in the lead after the first lap. The Englishwoman, double winner of the Ladies European Tour (LET), both times in Australia (Women’s New South Wales Open 2018 Y 2019), is visibly at ease in this part of the world.

At the end of a second interrupted day at 10, he thus added three birdies to his score and has not yet conceded the slightest bogey in this tournament.

It is always one step ahead of the Spanish Carmen Alonsoalso at -3 of the day, but with two more holes ahead.

Lucie Malchirand still on the right beat

After her first card under pair (-1), the young lucia malchirand he kept up the pace with his three birdies and as many bogeys. However, he still has four holes to play to conclude this second round. the winner of Women’s Italian Open 2021 It is currently at the gates of the top 10, in position 12.

Camille Chevalier and Emie Peronnin in the cut

camille knight He also continued this Friday with a second card of 73 (+1) in which there is simply a bogey. She is ranked 27th.

Emi Peronin He should also be in play this weekend with his 74 (+2) matchday card. The former student ofUniversity of Minnesota he has a two-point lead in the provisional cut.

On the other hand, it will take a small miracle to Alexandra Bonetti. Currently 91st four strokes from the axe, the Frenchman will have to investigate four birdies in the four holes that remain to be played to aspire to return to the classification and continue with the adventure.

The leaderboard

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