05 August 2021 – 15:59
“Pro Meow Papangkorn” dropped to 34th place together, while “Prome Ariya” moved up to 44th in the second round of the 2020 Olympic Games women’s golf.
Women’s individual golf competition at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Kasumikazeki Country Club, Japan who entered the field for the second round
Two representatives of Thai golfers compete, namely “Pro Meow” Papangkorn Thawatanakit, the world’s 13th hand, and “Pro May” Ariya Jutanugarn, the world’s 21st.
By “Pro Meow” Papangkorn Thawatanakit, this time ends the event par. As in the first day, with 3 birdies, 1 Eagles and losing 5 bogeys, the total score is at the same even par. Dropped from 23rd joint to join 34th place
While “Prome” Ariya Jutanugarn on the first day ended too 6 over par. This round, added 4 under par from making 6 birdies, losing 2 bogeys. The total score was at 2 under par, moving from 58th place to join. 44 joint
For the leader is Nelly Korda from the United States. In this round, added 9 under par from 9 birdies, 1 eagles and lost 1 double bogey, with a total score of 11 under par. The second place together are Nanna Madsen from Denmark, Aditi Asoke from India and Emily. Christine Pedersen of Denmark is two strokes behind the leader.
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