WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Sarah Lee shot a bogey-free, 3-under-par 68 yesterday to take a 2-shot lead over Becky Morgan halfway through the Michelob Ultra Open.
Morgan had just one blip on her card - a bogey from a bunker on the par-4 14th - but followed that with four birdies in five holes. Her 65 left her at 9-under 133, 2 better than Amy Hung, who had a 68 after making bogeys on two of her first three holes.
Carin Koch (69) and Jimin Kang, who matched Morgan for the best round of the day with her 65 on the River Course at Kings Mill, were tied for fourth at 6 under. Dorothy Delasin (68), In-Kyung Kim (68), Stacy Prammanasudh (70), Natalie Gulbis (70), Brittany Lincicome (71), and Birdie Kim (72) followed at 5 under.
Lee is seeking her first victory in her 124th event. Morgan has made 139 career starts without winning on the LPGA Tour.
Kang still is working back from a stress fracture last October, and she said everything clicked. She hit 17 greens in regulation, then made five birdie putts between 12 and 24 feet.
MARBELLA, Spain - Louis Oosthuizen held a 1-shot lead after the second round of the Valle Romano Open while Lee Westwood set a course record with an 8-under 64.
Oosthuizen made a 20-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole to finish his round with a 5-under 67 and a total of 10-under 134 on the Aloha Course.
He led Francois Delamontagne of France (66), Matthew Zions of Australia (70), and Italian Open winner Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano of Spain (68).