On a day when only eight of the 124-player field managed to go under-par, Casandra Hall carded a five-over-par 77 on Friday to finish the second round of the Ladies European Tour’s Creekhouse Ladies Open at Kristianstad Golf Club in Åhus, Sweden in a share of 21st.
She made two double-bogeys, two bogeys and a birdies as she shared 21st with, amongst others, Swaziland’s Nobuhle Dlamini, who was one of only nine players who carded a level-par 72 on the day. At two-over at the halfway mark, they were nine shots off the lead which was held by Maja Stark of Sweden, who produced the round of the day with her seven-under-par 65. She led by two from countrywoman Linn Grant and Alana Uriell of the United States.
Nicole Garcia was another of the nine to have signed for a level-par 72, and she climbed into a share of 45th at five-over for the tournament. She was joined by Stacy Bregman, who had a fine one-under 71. Lejan Lewthwaite had a second round of four-over 76, and missed the cut at nine-over through 36 holes.