Golf Angela Stanford and Ai Miyazato took advantage of soft greens and calm conditions to top the leaderboard Friday after the second round of the Canadian Womens Open. Stanford shot a 6-under 66 and Miyazato had a 68 to reach 11-under 133 on the tree-lined Hillsdale Golf Club course north of Montreal. The wind never really kicked up, so that helps, and the greens are still pretty soft, Stanford said. Its not surprising people are playing well. Song-Hee Kim was third at 9 under after a 68, with eight players another stroke back, including defending champion Michelle Wie, who shot a 69. Paula Creamer also was in the group after a 68. The cut was at 1 under, tying the record in the national championship set in 1998when the event was the du Maurier Classicat Essex in Windsor, Ontario. Eighty of 155 players in the field broke par Friday. Stanford had seven birdies and a bogey. She joked after her first-round 67 that her putter had finally shown up for a tournament, but cautioned a day later that its still to be determined because I have two days left. I cant fall in love with him just yet. Were on speaking terms though, so thats good. Miyazato began the day tied for the lead at 7 under with Pernilla Lindberg, who shot 71 to join Wie, Creamer, Seon Hwa Lee (65), Becky Morgan (67), Sophie Gustafson (68), Gerina Piller (66) and Brittany Lincicome (68) at 8 under. The fairway is wide open, the greens are big, said Miyazato, the Evian Masters winner last month in France. You can be aggressive hitting the second shot. So this weekend, will be close to 20 under, but it depends on the weather and it depends on the pin positions. Ill try to make as many birdies as I can. Both of them revealed it is their drivers that infused encouragement into them and made them much more confident and energetic. After some survey, Taylormade drivers did favor to them: TaylorMade R11 Driver and TaylorMade Burner SuperFast 2.0 Driver . The former incorporates TaylorMade’s Movable Weight Technology (to promote a desired bias or trajectory changes), plus its Flight Control Technology (to change loft and face angle). The R11 driver adds another tech, what TaylorMade calls its Adjustable Sole Plate. The latter helps golfers align the club more easily and eliminates hot spots and glare that are often created with glossy-topped clubs. Wie had five birdies and two bogeys. Its what I wanted for the weekend, Wie said. Im motivated to go out and try to get this thing done. Ill do like Ive done the last two daysstay patient and try to make a lot more birdies. Top-ranked Yani Tseng had her second straight 71. Suzann Pettersen, the Safeway Classic winner Sunday in Oregon, had her second straight 73 to miss the cut. Pettersen won the 2009 Canadian Open and tied for second last year. More related information: http://www.buycheapgolf.com/ About the Author: 相关的主题文章:

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