Jenny Shin leads the Toto Japan Classic after two rounds, in this three round tournament at Kintestsu Kashikojima Country Club, in Japan.
Jenny had another bogey free round today shooting -7 under par 65 in the second round of the Toto Japan Classic, to lead the tournament with a -13 under par total.
Jenny is full of confidence, now that her putter is working;
“It was good. I didn’t make many mistakes out there.”
“The last few days I’ve putted great so that helps. I think that I’ve gained my confidence back.”
“I’m hitting my driver a little bit further than last year so it’s a little easier out here coming in with the shorter clubs because you’re able to attack the pins a little bit more.”
“If I just keep hitting my driver like I did the past few days and make some putts I think that I’ll have a good day tomorrow.”
“I feel like I’ve gotten pretty close throughout the year.”
“I know what I need to do to shoot a low score here. I’ll probably have to do my best to keep the mindset that I had the past two days and just stay happy.”
“There’s still one more day and 18 more holes.”
“I heard there is going to be some bad weather tomorrow so I don’t know what will happen.”
“It will probably be shorter because of the rain and the cold but I’m just going to go in with an open mind and try my best.”
Ha-Neul Kim is a shot back at -12 under par, an other round of -6 under 66 moving her up the leaderboard.
Sun-Ju Ahn, Pornanong Phatlum and Angela Stanford are two shots back at -11.
Angela was happy with her effort today;
“It was a good day, still hit some good putts but I think I hit the ball a little better today. Maybe not as close as yesterday but more solid.”
“It’s a fun golf course to play, there are a lot of birdies to be made and I just have to come out tomorrow and try to make the most.”
“I’m happy to have an opportunity to maybe win tomorrow.”
“It will be a lot of fun. I haven’t been in this position much this year so I’m excited about it.”
They will all have a chance to win tomorrow in this 54 hole tournament. Best placed Japanese lady is Ai Suzuki, at -10 under par.