Sung Hyun Park Shoots 66, Takes U.S. Women’s Open Lead


Sung Hyun Park fired a 6-under-par 66 on Friday during round two of the the U.S. Women’s Open at CordeValle. The 33 year-old South Korean sits at 8-under par for the tournament, and holds a 2-stroke lead over Amy Yang, and first round leader Mirim Lee, who are tied for the 2nd spot at 6-under.

Lydio Ko returned to form on Friday, firing a 6-under 66, and is tied for 4th place with Haru Nomura.

Lexi Thompson and Brooke Henderson made the cut, but sit at 3-over par, and are tied for the 48th spot.

Sung Hyun Park (-8), Amy Yang (-6), Mirim Lee(-6), Lydia Ko (-5), Haru Nomura (-5), Danielle Kang (-4), Eun Hee Ji (-4), Jessica Korda (-4), Kelly Tan (-4)

Stacy Lewis (E), Christina Kim (+1), Ariya Jutanugarn (+2), Suzann Pettersen (+2), Karrie Webb (+2), Brittany Lincicome (+3), Paula Creamer (+4), Michelle Wie (+5), Se Ri Pak (+7)

Quotes from Leaders
“This is the first time in a USGA tournament. And coming to the tournament, I didn’t even think about winning because this is the first time for me. I would like more experience with the USGA, LPGA. But I’m trying to enjoy this tournament. That’s why I am just more comfortable; don’t even think about the winning, I just enjoy the play. That’s why it happened today.”
Sung Hyun Park

“My driving wasn’t very good today. But I made some good saves. And I’m happy about my round, looking forward to the weekend.”
-Amy Yang

How Park Did It

Park’s Big Putt

Ko Is Performer of the Day



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