Australian Katherine Kirk’s lead at the Australian Open has been reduced to one shot early in the second round at Royal Adelaide.
Kirk will tee off on Friday afternoon at eight-under, with several golfers bridging the gap in the morning.
Taiwan’s Min Lee, Thailand’s Phatlum Pornanong and American Lizette Salas have moved to seven-under – all are midway point of their morning rounds.
Amercian duo Marissa Steen and Jane Park are six-under with Korean Chella Choi ahead of their afternoon tee times.
Australian Rebecca Artis has made a morning move, carding four birdies in her initial eight holes to move to five-under, alongside Canadian Alena Sharp and Scotland’s Michele Thomson, who has yet to tee off.
World No.1 Lydia Ko will start her afternoon second round at two-under while Australian veteran Karrie Webb, who also has an afternoon tee-off, is three-over and faces a battle to make the cut.
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