EVIAN-LES-BAINS, France — South Korean golfer Jeongeun Lee6 tied the lads’s and ladies’s main file for the bottom spherical when she carded a 10-under-par 61 on the Evian Championship on Friday.
Her 36-hole rating of 127 can be the bottom whole in males’s or ladies’s main historical past, beating the 128 by Brooks Koepka on the 2019 PGA Championship.
Lee6 had the clubhouse lead at 15 below after her 10 birdies within the second spherical.
“I had plenty of birdie probabilities,” she mentioned after her bogey-free spherical. “I might play simply. My placing was actually, actually good.”
Countrywoman Hyo Joo Kim first set the key file on the Evian Resort on the shore of Lake Geneva in 2014.
Lee6 made 4 straight birdies on Nos. 6 by means of 9, together with a chip from the greenside tough on No. 8.
“I attempt to hold it on the green and hold it on the inexperienced,” Lee6 mentioned. “I targeted on placing velocity. That is it.”
Caddie David Buhai had a straightforward day, as a result of he simply left her to it.
“Each putt seemed prefer it was going to go in. It was unimaginable. Not one nerve. Pace was simply good,” he mentioned. “I had one of the best seat in the home, and I simply stored my mouth shut. I wasn’t getting concerned as a result of she was that targeted.”
Thailand’s Pajaree Anannarukarn and teenage American Yealimi Noh shared the in a single day lead after posting 6-under 65s on Thursday.