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Pressel takes 1-stroke lead at Mizuno ClassicBy Korea Herald
Published : Nov. 7, 2014 - 20:39
Pressel had five birdies at the Kintetsu Kashikojima Country Club to lead Britain’s Laura Davies and Chella Choi of South Korea by one stroke.
Kotono Kozuma of Japan was a stroke further back at 3 under in a four-way tie with South Koreans Lee Il-hee and Lee Mi-hyang and Pornanong Phatlam of Thailand.
Stacey Lewis of the United States, who won here in 2012, shot a 70 and was in a group of eight players that included with Karie Webb of Australia and Sakura Yokomine of Japan.
Defending champion Teresa Lu of Taiwan struggled with her game and opened with a 73.
SHANGHAI (AP) ― Graeme McDowell relied on a hot putter Friday for another 5-under 67 to build a three-shot lead in the HSBC Champions.
McDowell played bogey-free on Sheshan International, picking up two early birdies to seize control and consecutive birdies on the back nine to stretch his lead.
He was at 10-under 134.
Ian Poulter showed signs of stopping his slide in the world ranking. He birdied four of the last five holes for a 67 and was three shots behind. Bubba Watson was even better. The Masters champion birdied his last five holes, twice chipping in from off the green. He had a 67 and was four off the lead.
McDowell and Poulter were in the final group at the HSBC Champions a year ago, won by Dustin Johnson.
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