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LPGA and World Golf Halls of Fame member Karrie Webb held a two-shot lead at 10-under-par when second-round play at the Honda LPGA Thailand was suspended at 4:58 p.m. due to lightning in the area. A total of 14 players remained on the course was play was officially called for the day at 5:15 p.m.
Rolex Rankings No. 11 Ai Miyazato fired a 5-under 67 to take the first-round lead at the Honda LPGA Thailand 2012 on Thursday. Miyazato carded five birdies and no bogeys in her round on the Old Course at Siam Country Club en route to shooting the low round of the day when high temperatures and humid conditions certainly affected play.
LPGA.com caught up with Karrie Webb to discuss the Honda LPGA Thailand where she finished tied for third in 2011.
As Player of the Week on LPGA.com, Karrie Webb gives a peek into her week as told to a LPGA Media Official in Australia.
Rolex Rankings No. 10 Stacy Lewis and Australia native Sarah Kemp share the first-round lead after shooting a pair of 4-under 69s at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open on Thursday. Playing in back-to-back groups, Kemp and Lewis posted the two low rounds of the day. Kemp managed to get around the Composite Course at Royal Melbourne Golf Club without a bogey while Lewis had two bogeys in her front nine while tallying six birdies.