Momoko Ueda leads Toto Japan Classic in search of third win at the event, which is world No. 1 Atthaya Thitikul scores 67 in the second round

Nov, 2022

Momoko Ueda has a history of success at the Toto Japon Classic.

In 2007, she won the event again, and in 2011, she was again victorious. She won the event in 2007 and again in 2011.

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Ueda admitted that she struggled to get into the round after playing well enough to take the lead.

Ueda stated that “I wasn’t in a good mood during the first five holes.” “Ai (Suzuki), Sakura (Koiwai), made great putts during that period and played well. So I tried to catch up and not think too conservatively.

Ueda had five consecutive pars, before she made a birdie at the sixth. Although she had a bogey on her ninth, her scorecard on the back nine was vibrant. Four birdies were made on Nos. 10, 13, 14, and 17 were her birdies. She also had one bogey, which allowed her to shoot 3-under-69 in the second round.

At 9 under, Suzuki and Miyu Yamashita are tied for second. After the first round, Suzuki was tied for second with Ueda. However, Suzuki hopes for more this weekend.

Suzuki stated, “Hope today’s the worst day in this week.” “I will need 60 for the next two days.”

No. 1 in the world After a Friday 5-under 67, 1 Atthaya Thitikul is tied for eighth at 6 Under.

Thitikul stated, “I had a really great round today.” “A lot more than yesterday. However, I feel I need to improve my driver and tee shot because it isn’t good enough for these narrow fairways.

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