Canadian LPGA Players Have A Rough Second Round In Malaysia

Alena Sharp (File Photo)

On a day when play was delayed by almost 2 hours due to thunderstorms in the area, the three Canadians playing in the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia struggled.

With Amy Yang (-10) continuing to hold the lead after round two on Friday, the trio of Canadians were falling well back as they head into the last 36 holes of this no-cut event.

Quebec’s Maude-Aimee Leblanc continues to be the top Canadian although she now resides in a tie for 49th after she added a 76 to her opening 69.

One position back of her is Alena Sharp. She occupies a share of 54th after a second round 75.

World #5 ranked player Brooke Henderson had the roughest day among the Canadians. A 79, marred by two double bogeys and a triple bogey (she was +5 on her last two holes of the day) have her near the bottom of the board at +7 overall (70-79). She is tied for 65th in the 77 player field.

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