Friday, 10 October 2014

So Yeon Ryu from the Republic of Korea at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC).

So Yeon Ryu from the Republic of Korea continued to provide spectators at the Sime Darby LPGA Malaysia with a lesson in stroke play golf today as she pulled out a two shot lead at the tournament half way stage at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club (KLGCC).

Tied in second place over night, the 24 year old went one better than yesterday, carding 65 including four consecutive birdies on the front nine holes and finishing with seven birdies and one bogey.

Speaking after her round, the three time LPGA Tour winner said, “I'm very suited for this golf course I think, especially front nine.  I shot five‑under through seven holes, so, you know, that kind of thing just make me more easy. But thing is it's really hot today, so the back nine, my energy level was so low so my game wasn't enough if I compared to the front nine. But still, 66 and 65 is good score for under my belt, so I'm pretty happy.”

Providing an insight into her mindset, Ryu added, “You know what? These days my psychologist and I found out my problem is that I want to control everything on the golf course.  I'm a human being.  I cannot control everything. If I choose what I can control I'm just focused [on that].  These days that helps [me] to enjoy the golf more. So my season so far I’m just trying [to] enjoy my life and enjoy my golf.”




Ryu did it style day two

Laura Davis wilting under intense  heat Yet performing at the age of 51

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