Published: Sun, June 23, 2019
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Aditi Misses Cut at Women's PGA Championship; Hannah Leads

Aditi Misses Cut at Women's PGA Championship; Hannah Leads

Ariya Jutanugarn, a two-time major champion, closed within one shot until a series of misplays on the back nine. A third major victory would vault Jutanugarn into a tie with Beverly Hanson, Betty Jameson, Nancy Lopez, Mary Mills and Jan Stephenson for 23rd most all time.

Australia's Hannah Green extended to three shots her lead after the second round of the Women's Professional Golfers' Association (PGA) Championship in Minnesota in the United States.

Defending champion Sung Hyun Park (71) and Lydia Ko (70) were four shots behind.

Six players shot a 6-under 64 to tie for lead, with defending champion Bubba Watson (69), two-time victor Phil Mickelson (67) and 79 others within five shots going into the second round.

At 2-under with a 36-hole total of 142 (72-70), Nelly Korda is tied for fifth, five shots off the pace.

Green's best previous finish at a major was a tie for 16th at last year's ANA Inspiration.

The long-hitting Thai star, who rarely uses a driver, said she could probably do without it over the weekend. Ko opened with a 77 in wet conditions on Thursday. She withdrew from the U.S. Women's Open three weeks ago and didn't start hitting balls again until last week. I really wasn't really watching it going into the hole. She returned to competition for the first time in two months, was rubbing ice on her right wrist, and shot 84, matching her highest score as a pro.

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Only seven players from the early draw managed to break par. "It just kept feeling like I just wanted to play even par, and that's kind of what was in my mind".

Honestly, I get just as much joy watching them in this program as they get from being a part of it.

"He's getting me to understand my swing a little bit more, so that even if he's not there, I'm still able to figure it out".

Webb came up with the idea to create her own program after she was mentored by former PGA star and fellow Australian Greg Norman when she was an amateur.

"I don't think I ever had a tap-in putt for my par putts when I missed the green", said Green, who is in her second year of the LPGA Tour. "It's one of the only golf courses I think I get on the first tee at the beginning of the day and think I can birdie every hole". "She made a couple of clutch putts at the right time, and that's what happens when you win golf tournaments".

Thomas also has struggled on the PGA Tour of late, missing the cut at both the Memorial and the US Open, and finishing better than 20th just once in his past seven outings.

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