Christine Wolf, Austria, is ahead of the chasing pack in the Hero Women’s Indian Open after two rounds at DLF Golf and Country Club in India.
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Consecutive rounds of -4 under par 68 have given Christine the 36 hole lead at the Hero Women’s Indian Open with a -8 under total, which has given her a four shot advantage going into the week-end;
“I hit a lot of greens and hit my iron shots were close, so I gave myself a lot of chances and I really enjoyed it out there.”
“I made a lot of birdies and tried to keep high numbers off the score card.”
“I hit every fairway today. It suits my eye and it’s just fantastic when you walk around here, it’s beautiful.”
Sitting in second place, four strokes back at -4 under is Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras of Thailand, who could only sign for an even par 72 today, finding the water twice on the par five 8th.
First round leader Tonje Daffinrud from Norway also had problems today, +3 over par 75, to sit alone in third place at -3 under par;
“I was on it and on schedule, but I made a triple bogey on number 14 and that kind of crushed my plan.”
“After that, it was a struggle to make birdies and I was still kind of upset and trying to let go.”
“Overall I did play pretty well and I have to focus on that. That can happen on this course, that you end up having a crazy hole and that’s what happened to me.”
“I had a triple bogey and I shot plus three, but I’m still pretty positive about my game.”
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