Kim Hyo-joo (photo) tied for fourth in the Ford Championship of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour.

Kim Hyo-joo shot a 5-under 67 with seven birdies and two bogeys on the second day of the tournament at Seville Golf & Country Club (par 72) in Gilbert, Arizona, on the 30th (Korea time), tying for fourth with Muno Azahara with a 12-under 132 overall.

Starting from the 10th hole, Kim reduced her lead by two strokes with three birdies and one bogey in the first half, and garnered birdies at the first hole in the second half, before adding three consecutive birdies at the fourth and sixth holes. However, Kim committed bogey at the eighth hole on the day, leaving her with regret.

Hannah Green of Australia reduced her pars by 11 with 11 birdies and no bogeys on the day alone, reducing her pars by 11 on the day, and tying for second place with 14-under 130 overall, one stroke behind Chien Pei-win of Taiwan and Sarah Schmisel of the U.S. Green, who won the HSBC Women’s World Championship last month, had six consecutive birdies from Holes 13 to 18 on the day.

Lydia Ko of New Zealand made eight birdies with no bogey, and tied for sixth with Yuka Saso of Japan, who reduced her pars by nine to 11-under 133. Pazari Anarukan of Thailand, who was the lone lead with nine under par on the first day, lost only two shots on the day, falling to a tie for sixth.

Rookie Im Jin-hee shot six under par with seven birdies and one bogey to tie for 11th place with Kim Sei-young, Koda Nelly, Lexi Thompson of the U.S. and Nasa Hataoka of Japan at 10-under 132. Im was tied for 27th at the Pur Hills Seri Pakri Championship last week.

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