Canada’s Brooke Henderson is one shot again of the lead on the midway mark of the HSBC Ladies’s World Championship in Singapore.
Henderson, from Smiths Falls, Ont., shot a 4-under 68 on Friday to place her one stroke behind leaders Amy Yang and Jin Younger Ko of South Korea, who sit at 8 below by way of 36 holes of the LPGA Tour occasion.
“I felt like I hit it very well and I gave myself some good birdie appears. It was good to money in I assume on 5 birdies, and sadly one bogey,” Henderson stated after her spherical.
“However, yeah, pleased with how I am enjoying the final two days. … And simply excited to play the weekend.”
Atthaya Thitikul of Thailand and Megan Khang of the US are tied with Henderson at 7 below.
The 24-year-old Canadian is off to a powerful begin this yr, ending second, tied for sixth and tied for eleventh in her three occasions so far.
“Within the low season I actually labored diligently with my dad (Dave), who’s additionally my coach, and my sister (Brittany), who’s additionally my caddie, and we simply tried to make some enhancements in just about all areas of the sport, however particularly on the brief sport,” Henderson stated.
“And up to now it has been paying off actually properly. So it is good to see when onerous work pays off. It is a lengthy season, so it is a good begin, however I hopefully simply preserve it going.”
Henderson has 10 profession victories, most of any Canadian professional golfer on a high tour.