Ladies Scottish Open: Mi Jung Hur leads by two on 14 under

Mi Jung Hur
Mi Jung Hur picked up nine birdies and an eagle in her second round
Ladies Scottish Open
-14 M J Hur (Kor); -12 M Jutanugarn (Tha); -10 J Lee6 (Kor), A van Dam (Ned), M He (Chi); -9 M H Lee (Kor). Selected others: -5 B Booth (Sco), K Henry (Scot), G Hall (Eng); -4 H Clyburn (Eng); -2 L Davies (Eng), P Pretswell (Sco); -1 C Hull (Eng)
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Mi Jung Hur holds a two-shot lead on 14 under par at the Ladies Scottish Open at The Renaissance Club.

The South Korean's nine-under-par second round of 62 took her clear of Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn.

Overnight joint leader Anne van Dam is two shots further back with Jeongeun Lee6 and Muni He.

Scots Carly Booth and Kylie Henry and England's Georgia Hall have a share of 14th place on five under alongside eight others.

Henry was among more than 20 players who completed their second round on Saturday after bad light halted play.

"I got a really lucky draw for this week but sometimes I need luck for those things," Hur said.

"I'm really excited about Saturday and I just want to keep focused on my game and trying to talk a lot of things through with my caddie as it helps a lot."

Booth added: "The course was in great condition, considering how much rain we've had."

England's Holly Clyburn is four under, two shots ahead of Laura Davies and Scotland's Pamela Pretswell, while Charley Hull is one under.

Last year's winner Minjee Lee is even par - the cut mark.

Scotland's Gemma Dryburgh and Kelsey MacDonald are among those to miss out on the weekend, as are England's Gabriella Cowley, Annabel Dimmock, Sian Evans, Eleanor Givens, Trish Johnson, Meghan MacLaren, Florentyna Parker, Mel Reid and Liz Young, Northern Ireland's Stephanie Meadow and Welsh pair Lydia Hall and Becky Brewerton, who are also over par.

This is the final qualification event for the Solheim Cup and Europe captain Catriona Matthew, who also missed the cut, will reveal her four wildcard picks on Monday, to add to the eight players who automatically qualify for the team to face the United States at Gleneagles in Scotland next month.

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