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Canadian golf 'queen' Brooke Henderson rose to lead 2019 Buick LPGA

Canadian golf 'queen' Brooke Henderson rose to lead 2019 Buick LPGA

Canadian female Golfer Brooke Henderson tops the table at -11 after the second round of LPGA Tour in China.

The first four holes of Brooke Henderson's second round on October 18th can be described in the order "talent - luck - stumbling - correcting with talent". After the par score at the entrance hole, this golfer suddenly had a hole-in-one (HIO) shot on the second hole, par3. In the next hole, she wrote the first bogey on the scoreboard. In the fourth hole, the world's number six golfer has the first birdie of the day.

From here, Henderson added six birdies to lock the round at 64 strokes with an average tee-off distance of 264 yards, hit the fairway in 12 of 14 holes, onto the green in 14 of the 18 holes and putt 24 times. When playing 69 strokes in the first round, she has an average tee less than 12 yards and has 29 putts.

The position of the top of the table helps Henderson have a favorable position on the way to find the third victory of the year. After nearly five years of playing the LPGA Tour, this Canadian golfer owns nine titles. This year, she has finished 10 times in the top 10.

A score of 67 strokes, including an eagle, six birdies and three bogeys, helped Jessica Korda take second place, two strokes below the top. Despite owning five LPGA Tour titles and holding 19th place on the Rolex Ranking, she is still looking for her first trophy amid the end of the 2019 season.

Starting at T5, defending champion Danielle Kang rose to third with -8. Last year, Kang was crowned at -13 while golfer had shared the final runner-up position two points behind.

Marina Alex and Amy Yang of T4 have a score of -6. After this position, the "all-American" T6 scored -5, including Kristen Gillman, Brittany Altomare and Angel Yin. In the opening round, Altomare also recorded HIO at hole 2 and was rewarded a car to Buick Lacrosse Avenir 2019.

From the leading position after the first round, Nasa Hataoka became one of the six faces in the "multinational" T9 group at -4. The group has two Korean representatives, Sei Young Kim and the best rookie of the season Lee6 Jeungeun.

Not having made a breakthrough after 36 holes, the world's No. 1 golfer Ko Jin Young "stayed" in the T21 group with a score of -2.