Thailand's Supamas Sangchan leads the Omega Dubai Ladies Masters

Jose Verdugo
Diciembre 8, 2017

Anne van Dam of the Netherlands leads on 10 under after a bogey-free seven-under 65 at Emirates Golf Club.

Scotland's Kelsey MacDonald is two shots off the lead at the Dubai Ladies Classic after hitting a four-under-par 68 in round two.

MacDonald, who began the day in a tie for second, bounced back from a bogey at the short 11th - her second hole - with four consecutive birdies from the 15th to move into contention in the afternoon.

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The Scot parred her final hole to match her opening 68, while Hall went one better after following a back-nine 35 with three birdies over her last five holes which lifted her into a share of third with Celina Yuan and Thidapa Suwannapura.

Hall admits she struggled to sleep on Wednesday night after flying over from Qualifying School in Florida but insisted she was content with her round.

England's Charley Hull lost ground after a second straight 70 left her six behind Van Dam, while Catriona Matthews missed the cut by a single shot after a round of 73.

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