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LPGA Q School Qualifying, Moriya Jutanugarn leads after the 2nd round

 

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Moriya Jutanugarn, of  Bangkok, Thailand, playing the Champions course, leads the tournament after the second round of the LPGA Qualifying tournament at the LPGA International, Daytona Beach, Fla. Moriya shot a -6 under par 66 in the second round, and a total score of -9 under par, to lead by one shot from two Americans, Garrett Phillips and Jaye Marie Green, who had rounds of 67 and 66 respectively, and totals of -8 under par. Garrett was also on the Champions course while Jaye Marie had her 66 on the Legends course.

Marta Silva of Spain, playing the Legends course is another shot back on -7 under par and the wonderfully named Brooke Pancake is a further shot back of the leaders at -6 under par and is still in touch, she played the Champions course today.

First round leader Rachel Rohanna , struggled with the Champions course and slumped to a +3 over par second round of 75, and is now currently 5 shots adrift of the leader.

LPGA Q-School,Rachel Rohanna 1st round leader

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American Rachel Rohanna shot a 7-under par 65 in the first round  of the 2012 LPGA Qualifying Tournament on LPGA International’s Legends Course. Rachel leads by two-shots  from Lalita Patipaksiri and Kim Welch of the States and Spain’s Marta Silva. Rachel explained that she was mostly concentrating on adapting to some new conditions this week;
” I knew I didn’t have any experience here before so I just wanted to get down here and get used to the Bermuda grass and the weather and keep playing like I’ve been playing, I hit the ball really well. I just kept it simple: fairways and greens. I don’t know if it was luck but I had the same exact putt every hole, a lot of 10 to 15 footers, right to left.”
2012 U.S. Amateur finalist Jaye Marie Green, runner-up to Lydia Ko at the U.S. Women’s Amateur last month,  shot a 2-under par 70 and sits in a tie for 12th place. Jaye Marie spoke about her putting practice and her respect for the greens;
“I have to make 100 putts before I go to bed. If you leave the greens alone, they’ll leave you alone. “

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