Aditi Ashok missed Major cut at Ricoh Women’s British Open

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Vastavam web: Aditi Ashok missed her second straight Major cut as she failed to advance to the weekend rounds at the Ricoh Women’s British Open. Aditi, who had a first round card of 76 and had five birdies in her second round, dropped three doubles and one bogey to come back with a score of two-over 74. Aditi had earlier made cuts at ANA Inspiration and KPMG, while missed the cut at US Women’s Open.In-Kyung Kim used her experience of two decades to manage a four-under par, 68 in cold and windy conditions to lead at the halfway mark of the season’s fourth major championship.

Two behind Kim sits Lexi Thompson, whose secret weapon this week has been her caddie Kevin McAlpine, a former bagman at Kingsbarns Golf Links, who has guided Thompson around the course like a seasoned veteran.At four-over par, defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn missed the cut in her third consecutive major championship, due in large part to a second round 77 that included a nine at the par 3, 12th hole.