The Ladies European Tour said Charlotte Austwick's 103 was the highest lap in his South African Women & # 39; s Open-4 LA Pace (SA) history; -2 D Dagar (Ind); -1 E Henseleit (D); Level C Thompson (Eng), Lydia Hall (Wal), A Vayson de Pradenne (Fra); +1 C Booth, M Thomson (both Sco), M MacLaren (Eng) Full Scoreboard
Charlotte Austwick from England recovered from a record 31-over-par opening round of 103 by hitting a two-over 74 on day two of the South African Women & # 39; s Open.
The Ladies European Tour (LET) believes that Austwick's 103, including four four-fold bogeys, is the highest lap in its 41-year history.
The 27-year-old old, played her first LET event, continued to make five fewer birdies on Friday in 29 strokes.
Lee-Anne Pace from South Africa leads the tournament in four.
Englishman Mark James holds the record for the highest round on the European Men's Tour, beating 111 at the Italian Italian Open after playing the last few holes with one hand due to a wrist injury.
Despite the great improvement in Austwick, she scored 33 points to ensure that she was the last of the 122 players to complete the second round, with the cut at 10 ov.
two strokes over India & Diksha Dagar to Saturday's final round, with the German Esther Henseleit a bit further back.
Charlotte Thompson of England is on the same level, alongside Wales & # 39; Lydia Hall and the French Astrid Vayson de Pradenne.
The Scottish couple Carly Booth and Michele Thomson are one of them, with the English Meghan MacLaren.
But fellow Scot Kelsey Macdonald has fallen back to six, after the day starts with two shots next to the lead.
The first-round leaders, Lina Boqvist from Sweden and Sarah Schober from Austria, are back at three and five respectively.