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Hataoka & Oh sill tied at the top
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March 11, 2022
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LPGA Thailand 2022 R2
March 10-13
Siam Country Club, Pattaya Old Course, Chonburi, Thailand
Round 1, Round 3, Round 4

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Overnight co-leaders Nasa Hataoka of Japan and Australian Su Oh continued their bogey-free play at the Honda LPGA Thailand with matching 65s on the Old Course.

LPGA Thailand 2022 R2

They maintained their spots atop the leaderboard at 16-under, tying the tournament’s 36-hole scoring record of 128 set by Jessica Korda in 2018 and matched by Patty Tavatanakit in 2021.

“Today’s tee shot, a little bit right and left couple holes, but good second shot from the rough to get to the green,” said said Hataoka after seting a 36-hole personal best.

LPGA Thailand 2022 R2

Oh also shattered her personal best 36-hole mark of 132 that she had shot twice in 2021 when she tapped-in eagle on the final hole. She will co-lead into the weekend for the first time in her LPGA Tour career.

“My ball striking wasn't like, the impact wasn't very good today. I was just kind of scrambling really well out there,” said Oh. “I was like, come on, you want to hit some good shots before going into tomorrow. Such a long day, so I don't think I would want to hit balls after.”

LPGA Thailand 2022 R2

France’s Celine Boutier, who is of Thai descent with family in the gallery, and Denmark’s Nanna Koerstz Madsen are tied for third at 15-under. China’s Xiyu Lin rounds out the top five at 14-under, with American Jennifer Kupcho and Canada’s Brooke Henderson tied for sixth at 12-under.

Defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn bounced back from a first-round 74 with a 4-under 66 and enters the weekend tied for 48th at 4-under overall, 12 strokes off the lead.

Play was suspended at 2:05 p.m. due to lightning in the area and resumed at 3:47 p.m. All players finished their rounds.

LPGA Thailand 2022 R2

Pos.PlayerTo ParScoresTotal
T1Nasa Hataoka-1663-65128
T1Su Oh-1663-65128
T3Celine Boutier-1565-64129
T3Nanna Koerstz Madsen-1565-64129
5Xiyu Janet Lin-1464-66130
T6Jennifer Kupcho-1265-67132
T6Brooke M. Henderson-1265-67132
T8Minjee Lee-1169-64133
T8Carlota Ciganda-1166-67133
T8Alison Lee-1165-68133
T11Hyo Joo Kim-1069-65134
T11Gaby Lopez-1068-66134
T11Jeongeun Lee6-1066-68134
T11Esther Henseleit-1063-71134
T15Jaravee Boonchant-970-65135
T15Hannah Green-970-65135
T15So Yeon Ryu-969-66135
T15Hinako Shibuno-967-68135
T15Min Lee-967-68135
T15Danielle Kang-966-69135
T15Amy Yang-966-69135
T22Leona Maguire-870-66136
T22Megan Khang-869-67136
T22Jeongeun Lee5-868-68136
T22A Lim Kim-867-69136
T22Lucy Li-867-69136
T22Yu Liu-866-70136
T22Lizette Salas-866-70136
T22Lindsey Weaver-Wright-865-71136
T30Patty Tavatanakit-771-66137
T30Atthaya Thitikul-770-67137
T30Emily Kristine Pedersen-770-67137
T30Sarah Schmelzel-768-69137
T30In Gee Chun-768-69137
T30Madelene Sagstrom-768-69137
T30Stacy Lewis-767-70137
T37Marina Alex-671-67138
T37Moriya Jutanugarn-670-68138
T37Matilda Castren-670-68138
T37Emma Talley-669-69138
T37Kaitlyn Papp-668-70138
T37Yuka Saso-668-70138
T43Angel Yin-571-68139
T43Rina Tatematsu (a)-569-70139
T43Wei-Ling Hsu-569-70139
T43Pajaree Anannarukarn-568-71139
T43Brittany Altomare-568-71139
T48Ariya Jutanugarn-474-66140
T48Yealimi Noh-471-69140
T48Jennifer Song-469-71140
T48Perrine Delacour-467-73140
T52Jasmine Suwannapura-273-69142
T52Na Yeon Choi-273-69142
T52Chella Choi-271-71142
T52Mel Reid-271-71142
T52Aditi Ashok-270-72142
T52Caroline Masson-268-74142
T58Chanettee Wannasaen-173-70143
T58Giulia Molinaro-171-72143
T60Jaye Marie GreenPar74-70144
T60Mina HarigaePar68-76144
T62Jenny Coleman+273-73146
T62Prima Thammaraks+271-75146
T62Albane Valenzuela+271-75146
65Ashleigh Buhai+377-70147
66Wichanee Meechai+575-74149
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