In Gee Chun, South Korea, leads the Kingsmill Championship, as the second round became victim to the rain again today at the River Course, play being disrupted during the day, before the suspension due to darkness.
In Gee completed her second round with a -5 under 66 score, to top the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard at -11 under par;
“I always happy to play here and see all the good people from here.”
“I really like to play here. Course is not too easy, so you need to think about percentages on the course.”
Austin Ernst, USA, a bogey free -6 under 65 today, and Nasa Hataoka, Japan, -5 under 66, share second place at -10 under par.
Austin likes the course, and had fun out there today;
“It was a lot of fun. I should do this more often.”
“My game has felt really good all year, it’s really just been a matter of cleaning a few things up.”
“You need to be a good ball-striker, you need to drive the ball well and good iron shots are a premium out here.”
“Whatever it is about the place, I really like it.”
Jess Korda still has a chance to catch the leader, currently at -8 under par for the tournament, -2 under for the day through 14 holes.
With 60 players still needing to complete round two, the second round will resume on Saturday at 0730 while the third round will begin at 1030 using split tees.