Kirk fires at the Scottish Open

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Katherine Kirk shot two rounds in the 60s in North Berwick. Image: Getty

Katherine Kirk attacked the Women & # 39; s & # 39; s Scottish Open in North Berwick overnight and moved to the top 15.

Queenslander Kirk shot a second round 69 to go with her opening 68 to go to the photo, but Su Oh, who started brilliantly, fell back.

Mi Jung Hur reached 14-down on a South Korea again interrupted to lead the tournament with two shots.

Kirk is in 14th place in fifth place and Oh in 24th place, while Hannah Green and Minjee Lee also look forward to making the cut once the second round is complete.

MEANWHILE Australia's thin shares in the US PGA Tour playoffs are likely to become slimmer after the Northern Trust tournament at Liberty National in New Jersey.

Marc Leishman and Jason Day both missed the cut, although they are guaranteed to be in the top 70 on the Fedex Cup points list to keep them in the BMW Championship next week. Adam Scott (27th to two rounds) is also expected to continue to the next round.

But Cameron Smith, who slipped to 66th and Matt Jones (34th), will both miss unless they can find something on the weekend, and the season of Aaron Baddeley is over due to a back injury.

Dustin Johnson leads The Northern Trust 12-down from Jordan Spieth, while former world number 1 Tiger Woods withdrew because of what he called a "mild slanted trunk" in the abdominal area.

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