Australian Open: England & # 039; s Jodi Ewart Shadoff four shots off lead

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Ewart Shadoff has a best finish in a big second place at the 2017 Women's British OpenISPS Handa Women's Australian Open first-round leaderboard-10 M Sagstrom (Swe), H Wei-ling (Tai) ; -7 N Korda (US), H Nomura (Japan), H Green (Aus); -6 J Ewart Shadoff (Eng); -5 B Law Other: -3 C Hull, K Webb (Aus), C Boutier (Fra); +3 M Reid (Eng); +4 G Hall (19459002) The English Jodi Ewart Shadoff lost its share in the lead during the LPGA Tour's Australian Open after a one-over-par 73 in the second round in Adelaide.

The 31- One year old fell back to six below, four adrift of the Swedish Madelene Sagstrom (67) and the Taiwanese Hsu Wei-ling, who shot a 69 to remain top.

The English Bronte Law (72) is five under, while compatriot Charley Hull's bogey-free 66 moved her to three under.

Women & # 39; s British Open champion Georgia Hall missed the cut at four points.

Hall had started the day at three below and opened with a birdie but two bogeys in the next three holes and a triple-bogey eight in the fifth saw the English woman fall to one over.

Four more bogeys followed and, although Hall birdied the 18th, her 79 meant that she cut it by one shot.

Co-English Mel Reid also struggled in round two. She had four bogeys on the back nine in a five-over-77, including a shot on the 18th, but will play the round of the weekend after being pinched three times in the cutting point.

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