Lydia Hall of Wales shot a 5-under 67 yesterday to take a one-shot lead over Sweden’s Anna Nordqvist in the second round of the Dubai Ladies Masters.
Hall carded a 31 on the front nine, including five birdies to move up the leaderboard at the season-ending tournament.
She went into the water on the ninth hole and then three-putted on 10 for another bogey before settling down to birdie her final two holes and regain the lead with a 7-under total of 137.
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Japan’s Kenichi Kuboya posted a flawless seven-under-par 65 to take the first round lead at the Johnnie Walker Cambodian Open yesterday.
Atiwit Janewattananond of Thailand carded a 66 for second place. Bangladesh’s Siddikur, who goes by one name, and defending champion Marcus Both of Australia scored matching 67s to share third.
Taiwan’s Lu Wen-teh was in a group two shots further back.
ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY STAFF WRITER