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Shanshan Feng holds lead after second round at US Women's Open

17 Julio 2017

Pars are good at a major and tap-in pars are great.

Feng, who has just one bogey in the tournament, could not buy a birdie in the ideal conditions until the last, failing to convert earlier birdie chances from 10 feet and twice from 12 feet in the closing holes. "I can't complain at all". An Access Hollywood tape released a month before the 2016 presidential election caught him bragging about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women who were not his wife. "Going to be nervous as heck tomorrow, but it should be fun". Cristie Kerr, the 39-year-old who won this tournament a decade ago, shot 70 and was at 212 with Carlota Ciganda.

South Korea's Amy Yang had a 67. World No. 1 Ryu So Yeon (72) and 2015 winner Chun In Gee (70) were among those on 140.

Bryson DeChambeau was second after a 65. And Lee started with three consecutive bogeys and shot a 73. She is seven shots behind the second-round leader, Shanshan Feng of China.

PGA: Patrick Rodgers shot 3-under 68 to maintain a two-stroke lead in the John Deere Classic at Silvis, Ill. Hated that she fell out of the top 15.

The president had sent a message on Twitter saying that he would be attending the event. To see it pay off at KPMG.

But on Friday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he will appeal that decision to the Supreme Court. I think it will be fine. Many wealthy people have attorneys fighting to lower their tax burden.

One adjective that is has not been used to describe it (yet) is: political. "My putting was really working for the first two days".

"The U.S. Open is by far one of my favorite tournaments, and I was looking forward to playing this event all year", Wie wrote on Instagram.

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Her approach shot on the par-four hole found the rough above the hole on the sloping green and her chip sped past the hole and ran down the steep slope back into the fairway.

The president's presence was expected to draw protesters critical of the U.S. Golf Association for not moving the open to another location because of the controversial remarks by the president.

Crowds gathered near where the president has a residence at the club, which sits on more than 600 acres (243 hectares) of rolling hills amid farmland. "It's cool to have the President of the United States". The three-time defending champion had his only bogey of the day on No. 1, a 360-yard par 4.

Lowry weighs 225 pounds, de Jonge, 230 and Stadler, 243.

Feng held off a trio of South Koreans to maintain her place at the top of the leaderboard but her performance was overshadowed by the grand entrance of US President Donald Trump to the golf club that bears his name.

The grouping worked for Feng, one of the LPGA's engaging personalities who was wearing some her signature cow spot prints Thursday.

But on the 11th hole, the 32-year-old Lewis gave back most of the strokes gained on her birdie binge. She didn't get much in the way of sleep as she travelled here overnight, arriving during the day Monday. The South Korean didn't make the same mistake this year.

"I think I have been doing well this week". And I would say I love America. I love steak, maybe Buffalo wings.

"She's young and long so she hits the ball very long and very straight, very accurate and has very good short game, also", Feng said about Park.

Shanshan Feng holds lead after second round at US Women's Open