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Golf - 04. July 2015.

Peters equals course record to lead at the Buckinghamshire



Friday. 3rd July 2015, Buckinghamshire, England: Alex Peters from England shot a course record equalling second round of nine under par 63 to lead the ISPS HANDA Ladies European Masters at Buckinghamshire Golf Club on Friday.



At 11-under-par, the 21-year-old Ladies European Tour rookie was two strokes clear of compatriot Charley Hull, with first round leader Sophie Giquel-Bettan of France a stroke further back on eight under.

Peters' round of 63 matched the score previously recorded by Ashleigh Simon and Caroline Masson in the first round of the 2013 tournament. She birdied the second and third holes before posting seven birdies on the back nine to come home 29 strokes, equalling the all-time record on the Ladies European Tour.
"I just played absolutely amazing. I hit my irons so close and putted really well. I had a few other chances as well, but a 63, I'm really happy with the way I played today," said Peters, who recently shot an 11-under-par 61 in a charity day at her home course, Shifnal Golf Club, in Shropshire.
"Seven birdies could have been eight. I left one right in the jaws on the 12th, the par 3, but I just putted really well, hit it close and gave myself chances."
Since turning professional in October 2014, Peters has quickly settled in to life on tour. She has made the cut in all three events played so far and is ranked 86th on the current order of merit. This is her first time leading an LET event and she now sits two strokes clear of Charley Hull, who bogeyed her last hole, the par-four ninth, after driving into the trees.

Hull said: "I feel like I was hitting it well out there today. It was a shame about my last drive but I just saw the other girls and the wind brought their drives to the right. I thought if I try and hit a hard draw down there, but it stayed on my line and so I was a bit annoyed. Apart from that I feel like I'm playing solid and I hit a great drive into the eighth hole, but I just missed that putt, because I came up on it. Apart from that I'm pleased with the way I'm hitting it and where I am going into the weekend."

Giquel-Bettan completed her round in breezier conditions in the afternoon and was pleased to be in third position, a stroke ahead of Thailand's Nontaya Srisawang, Germany's Caroline Masson and Danish rookie Emily Kristine Pedersen, who graduated from high school last Wednesday.
Collated scores after round 2:
133 - Alex Peters (ENG)  70 63
135 - Charley Hull (ENG)  68 67
136 - Sophie Giquel-bettan (FRA)  66 70
137 - Emily Kristine Pedersen (DNK)  68 69, Caroline Masson (GER)  70 67, Nontaya Srisawang (THA)  67 70
138 - Nicole Broch Larsen (DEN)  69 69, Ssu-Chia Cheng (TPE)  68 70
139 - Pamela Pretswell (SCO)  69 70, Leona Maguire (IRL)  69 70, Titiya Plucksataporn (THA)  69 70, Trish Johnson (ENG)  68 71, Ashleigh Simon (RSA)  67 72, Minea Blomqvist (FIN)  70 69
140 - Nanna Koerstz Madsen (DNK)  71 69, Becky Morgan (WAL)  69 71, Marta Sanz Barrio (ESP)  68 72, Louise Friberg (SWE)  71 69
141 - Stacy Lee Bregman (RSA)  70 71, Anne-Lise Caudal (FRA)  72 69, Gwladys Nocera (FRA)  69 72, Holly Clyburn (ENG)  70 71, Melissa Reid (ENG)  71 70, Laura Davies (ENG)  71 70, Beth Allen (USA)  71 70, Diana Luna (ITA)  68 73, Carly Booth (SCO)  71 70
142 - Isabelle Boineau (FRA)  71 71, Rebecca Artis (AUS)  70 72, Sarah Kemp (AUS)  72 70, Marianne Skarpnord (NOR)  69 73
143 - Maria Palacios Siegenthaler (ESP)  71 72, Csilla Lajtai-rozsa (HUN)  72 71, Isabella Ramsay (SWE)  69 74, Lina Boqvist (SWE)  72 71, Caroline Martens (NOR)  72 71
144 - Felicity Johnson (ENG)  69 75, Georgia Hall (ENG)  74 70, Alexandra Vilatte (FRA)  72 72, Hannah Burke (ENG)  74 70, Rebecca Hudson (ENG)  70 74, Charlotte Ellis (ENG)  69 75, Noora Tamminen (FIN)  73 71, Marion Ricordeau (FRA)  72 72
145 - Ann-Kathrin Lindner (GER)  70 75, Josephine Janson (SWE)  67 78, Louise Stahle (SWE)  73 72, Maha Haddioui (MAR)  73 72, Johanna Bjork (SWE)  73 72, Christine Wolf (AUT)  76 69, Florentyna Parker (ENG)  70 75, Georgina Simpson (ENG)  75 70, Sophie Walker (ENG)  70 75, Liz Young (ENG)  75 70, Danielle Montgomery (ENG)  72 73
146 - Laurette Maritz (RSA)  75 71, Rachel Goodall (ENG)  73 73, Caroline Afonso (FRA)  72 74, Heather Macrae (SCO)  70 76, Holly Aitchison (ENG)  75 71, Sophia Popov (GER)  73 73, Margherita Rigon (ITA)  74 72, Amy Boulden (WAL)  72 74, Sarah Attwood (ENG)  70 76, Stefania Croce (ITA)  74 72, Laura Murray (SCO)  77 69, Klara Spilkova (CZE)  70 76, India Clyburn (ENG)  72 74, Leigh Whittaker (GER)  71 75, Maria Balikoeva (RUS)  73 73
Missed the cut:
147 - Anais Maggetti (SWI)  77 70, Melanie Maetzler (SWI)  74 73, Marika Voss (FIN)  74 73, Ursula Wikstrom (FIN)  72 75, Lauren Taylor (ENG)  70 77, Nina Holleder (GER)  73 74, Fabienne In-albon (SWI)  74 73, Bree Arthur (AUS)  71 76, Lien Willems (BEL)  73 74, Valentine Derrey (FRA)  71 76, Camilla Lennarth (SWE)  71 76
148 - Miriam Nagl (BRA)  74 74, Liv Cheng (NZL)  72 76, Elisa Serramia (ESP)  74 74, Lynn Carlsson (SWE)  76 72, Caroline Rominger (SWI)  72 76, Stephanie Na (AUS)  72 76, Eleanor Givens (ENG)  74 74, Anna Christina Kindgren (COL)  73 75, Lucie Andre (FRA)  75 73, Sophie Sandolo (ITA)  68 80, Monique Smit (RSA)  78 70, Malene Jorgensen (DEN)  71 77
149 - Whitney Hillier (AUS)  75 74, Maria Beautell (ESP)  75 74, Linda Henriksson (FIN)  74 75, Marie Fourquier (FRA)  77 72, Giulia Sergas (ITA)  74 75, Sally Watson (SCO)  76 73, Hannah Ralph (ENG)  72 77, Kelsey Macdonald (SCO)  75 74
150 - Jade Schaeffer (FRA)  74 76, Viva Schlasberg (SWE)  72 78, Laura Sanchez (COL)  76 74, Anjelika Hammar (SWE)  75 75, Emma Goddard (ENG)  74 76, Patricia Sanz Barrio (ESP)  74 76, Melissa Eaton (RSA)  74 76, Paula Hurtado (COL)  73 77
151 - Laura Jansone (LVA)  75 76, Connie Chen (RSA)  76 75, Cathryn Bristow (NZL)  74 77, Linda Wessberg (SWE)  75 76, Sarah-Jane Boyd (ENG)  75 76
152 - Chloe Leurquin (BEL)  78 74, Julia Davidsson (SWE)  75 77, Charlotte Thompson (ENG)  70 82, Sahra Hassan (WAL)  78 74
153 - Krista Bakker (FIN)  76 77, Karolin Lampert (GER)  76 77, Nina Muehl (AUT)  73 80, Stacey Keating (AUS)  78 75, Elina Nummenpaa (FIN)  76 77
154 - Vikki Laing (SCO)  78 76, Steffi Kirchmayr (GER)  73 81, Amanda Strang (SWE)  79 75
155 - Rebecca Codd (IRL)  83 72, Neha Tripathi (IND)  77 78
156 - Laura Cabanillas (ESP)  76 80, Becky Brewerton (WAL)  80 76, Bonita Bredenhann (NAM)  74 82, Nicole Garcia (RSA)  78 78, Anne Van Dam (NLD)  78 78
157 - Rebecca Sorensen (SWE)  77 80, Portland Rosen (USA)  79 78, Daisy Nielsen (DEN)  78 79, Emma Westin (SWE)  78 79, Mireia Prat (ESP)  81 76
159 - Annabel Dimmock (ENG)  79 80, Kiran Matharu (ENG)  79 80
160 - Carin Koch (SWE)  81 79
165 - Carmen Alonso (ESP)  78 87
167 - Virginia Espejo (ESP)  84 83

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