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Feng Shanshan edges to narrow lead in Sime Darby

28 October 2017

Lydia Ko has tumbled from first to sixth following a patchy second round at the LPGA Malaysia tournament in Kuala Lumpur.

Shanshan Feng has a one stroke lead at the halfway point of the Sime Darby LPGA Championship following her round on Friday.

Hendry carded a one-under 71 to move up to a tie for 52nd at three-over, while Fox shot a three-over 75 to tumble back to a share of 33rd at one-under for the tournament. "I just want to keep the good playing going".

Ko, who finished second at last week's event in Taiwan, has been slowly returning to her best form over the past few months, and her opening round is perhaps a culmination of the previous run of strong results.

The pair are five behind Feng with 36 holes to go, the two-time victor bogey free through the first 36 holes at a tournament where she is clearly in her comfort zone. "I mean, my ball-striking wasn't as accurate, but I think overall, a three-under, bogey-free round is still a very good score for Saturday".

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"I didn't have as many birdie chances as yesterday, but I think I actually made more putts so that made me very happy".

There was also an incident with Sei Young Kim, who was in contention for the lead, but received a two shot penalty after removing a leaf in a bunker.

The six time Tour victor was 8-under for the day at the time of the incident but seemed unfazed by the penalty in the aftermath.

"I just picked up the leaf and then throw some air. It's not a big deal, we have two more rounds".

Feng Shanshan edges to narrow lead in Sime Darby