Women's British Open: Bronte Law & Georgia Hall in conflict on Woburn

Posted by on August 02, 2019  /   Posted in golf reviews

British Open 2019 for women: Georgia Hall and Charley Hull are among the best shots for day one

The British law of Bronte is one shot from the head of the clubhouse at the British British Open, with defending champion Georgia Hall one step back.

The law declined five birdies and ended at seven under par after her second round at Woburn, one behind the American Lizette Salas, who also went around in 67.

Hall dropped her first shot from the tournament on the 17th to score a three-under 69 for the second day in a row.

Solheim Cup captain Catriona Matthew will miss the cut.

The Scot shot a 76 and finished at five above par after her second round on Friday.

South African Ashleigh Buhai, who led under par at night on seven, starts her second round at 2:00 PM BST.

England & Charley Hull, who played a five-under-par 67 on Thursday, started at 12:16.

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