Hannah Green of Australia shoots a second round 63 to lead the Portland Classic after 36 holes at the Columbia Edgewater Country Club, Macan Course, in Oregon.
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In a day of low scoring Hannah’s -9 under 63 was not the best round of the day, although it keeps her at the top of the Portland Classic leaderboard with a -17 under total, a five stroke advantage over the field after 36 holes;
“I just don’t want to get too ahead of myself.”
“Obviously this is quite new to me, shooting such low scores back-to-back.”
“I want to make sure I continue to do the same things and don’t get too disappointed if I don’t back it up with another solid round. Going to keep the same game plan.”
Sei Young Kim, carded a new course record -11 under par 61 to be tied in second place, at -12 under par, with Sung Hyun Park, who signed for a second round -7 under 65, both ladies from South Korea,
Sei Young said chasing numbers had not helped her golf;
“I got too many numbers. I need a number, a lot of number, but I realize it’s not helping my golf.”
“So I told (caddie) Paul, just give me one number. I’m just going to hit the pin. “That’s the only one way. So we did a great job today.”
Another low round came from Sarah Schmeizel, USA, who recorded a second round -10 under par 62, to be T8 at that -10 under score.