There are three ladies tied at the top of the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic, Charlie Hull, Megan Khang and Haru Nomura.
Charlie and Haru carded a second rounds of -3 under 70, while rookie Megan shot -5 under par 68 in the second round of the Pure Silk Bahamas LPGA Classic, to sit on top the leaderboard at -8 under par.
Megan sounded full of confidence in her interview;
“I mean, I was confident in my game. I just didn’t know how I was going to play right now being a rookie and under the circumstances.”
But I’m just having so much fun out here, I just love it out here.”
“It definitely will take some time to sink in but I think my game’s at a good place right now and I definitely think I can hold my own.”
” I’ve played in the Open a few times and they’re all there, all the pros are there, even like the best amateurs make it there.”
” So I think I can hold my own and it’s going to take a while for it to sink in after two days.”
Charlie was just having fun out there;
“I’ve never played the wind, or the golf course with that wind before.”
“It was a completely opposite direction. So it was good fun to play in that direction, I like it in that direction actually.”
” It was good, just got to keep patient out there. Obviously, the same for everyone, I enjoyed it, I thought it was fun.”
Paula Creamer only managed -2 under 72 today, falling back to T8, at -6 under par, but believes in new instructor Gary Gilchrist;
“I just think it’s a great fit, I love the way he teaches the game, love the way how he gets in and can show me, and he’s definitely made it very fun for me right now.”
” Made a lot of changes, but they’re worth it and I believe in it.”