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Sports Henderson blitzes Shanghai to take half-way lead

13:25  18 october  2019
13:25  18 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Sweden's Fredrik Jacobson carded a second round 66 Friday to head the field at the halfway stage of the WGC HSBC Champions event in Shanghai .

Half - Way , REO Speedwagon. text lyrics. You're already bound to take a different view When I'm on my knees and everything has gotten me beat And even I believe I'm never gonna find my feet Two ways you can go you can ask anybody around One man's half way up is another man's half way

a person wearing a helmet: Brooke Henderson shot the lowest round in the field so far to reach the halfway mark at 11 strokes under par© Chuck Burton Brooke Henderson shot the lowest round in the field so far to reach the halfway mark at 11 strokes under par

Brooke Henderson aced the par-three second hole on Friday to ignite an eight-under round of 64 and take a two-stroke lead into the weekend at the Buick LPGA Shanghai.

The Canadian world number six shot the lowest round in the field so far to reach the halfway mark at 11 strokes under par, with American Jessica Korda two back at nine-under.

But last year's champion Danielle Kang of the USA was in the mix at eight-under for the tournament as she tries to go 2-for-2 in the $2.1 million tournament, now in its second year.

Canadians Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil off to second round in Shanghai

  Canadians Denis Shapovalov, Vasek Pospisil off to second round in Shanghai SHANGHAI — Canadians Denis Shapovalov and Vasek Pospisil have advanced to the second round of the Shanghai Masters. Shapovalov, from Richmond Hill, Ont., beat American Frances Tiafoe 6-4, 6-2 on Monday. Vancouver's Pospisil, a qualifier for the tournament, upset No. 14 seed Diego Schwartzman of Argentina 7-6 (2), 6-2. The 20-year-old Shapovalov, ranked 36th in the world, won 27 of 29 points on first serve en route to a win over the 51st-ranked Tiafoe.The first game of the match stretched to 15 minutes before Tiafoe held serve, but Shapovalov eventually took control with a break in the first set and two more in the second.

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Kang eagled the par-5 ninth and added four birdies for a 69 on the day.

Marina Alex of the USA and Amy Yang of South Korea were next on six-under at the par-72 Qizhong Garden Golf Club.

The world's top-ranked woman golfer, Ko Jin-young of South Korea, will need some help in the final 36 holes if she wants to take the title.

Ko has won two of the last four tournaments she has played and has won two Majors this year.

But she was left nine shots behind Henderson after managing only a 70 in the second round following an even-par 72 on the opening day.

First-round joint leader Nasa Hataoka, the world number four, saw her chances dive after she bogeyed the 15th hole, following that up with a double-bogey on the next, a short par-three.

Meanwhile, the troubles of New Zealand's former world number one Lydia Ko continued, as she failed to break par with a two-over 74 and was just 1-under for the tournament.

Ko, now 22, was the youngest world number one as a 17-year-old and was widely expected to be a dominant force for years to come.

But she has slumped to number 31, rarely making a tournament top-ten this year and missing the cut at the British Women's Open in August by a whopping 10 strokes.

Kang shoots tournament record to win LPGA Shanghai .
SHANGHAI — Danielle Kang shot a bogey-free 2 under 70 to win the Buick LPGA Shanghai for the second consecutive year on Sunday with a tournament record 16-under par 272. The 27-year-old American began the day one stroke behind compatriot Jessica Korda, who shot a final-round 72 to finish second at 15 under. "It was a really stressful day. I definitely played well out there. It was really tough because you're definitely watching what Jessica is shooting and scoring, and always just try to keep in my own game," said Kang.Kang birdied the 15th to pull two strokes ahead, but Korda responded with a birdie of her own on 17.

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