At No. She recorded her sixth consecutive top finish last week at the Buick LPGA Shanghai where she finished T9 for her 11th top finish of Lee6 has already secured the Louise Suggs Rolex Rookie of the Year award but has a chance to eclipse Ko on the money list and in the Rolex Player of the Year standings. Lee6 is coming off a T20 finish last week in Shanghai. Brooke Henderson continued her impressive streak of golf by adding a fifth consecutive top finish to her resume with a T9 finish in Shanghai, where she held the lead after day two.
Williams takes route 66 to join Bringner at the top
McCook and Henriques give chase at San Lameer
In contrast to the first round where heavy winds swirled about for the entire day, hot and calm conditions greeted the players on day two. The Centurion Country Club golfer made best use of the easier conditions to find 17 greens in regulation, and made eight birdies and just two bogeys as a result. I made a few clutch putts, nice par-saves and then towards the end the birdie putts started dropping. My putting was definitely key today. I was happy with my score after yesterday. Williams led for most of the final round at the Dimension Data Ladies Challenge last week in George, before she was ultimately overtaken by Nobuhle Dlamini who ended with a two-stroke victory. There will definitely be a hint of unfinished business for Williams, hoping to put that disappointment behind her.
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