Lydia Ko takes lead in Indianapolis


Making her first visit to Indianapolis, Ko has enjoyed the design of Brickyard Crossing, with Indianapolis Motor Speedway serving as the backdrop. "I got it up to 122 (mph)".

Thompson said: "She's super-nice, great player obviously, very talented". The Houston player donated her winnings last week in Portland to hurricane relief efforts in her hometown area. "I just have to stick to my own game but If I was the one holding the trophy it would mean a lot". "That's always the best feeling".

Lydia Ko drained nine birdies during a superb second round in Indianapolis.

Lexi Thompson shot a 4-under-par 68 on Saturday and eased to a four-stroke victory in the Indy Women in Tech Championship at Indianapolis.

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After a hard few months, it was exactly what she needed.

"It's a big confidence booster going into the last major of the year", said Thompson.

As for Ko, while Saturday may not have ended in victory, it was certainly a breakthrough week for the young New Zealander.

"I just wasn't putting as well as I did the last few days and that makes a huge difference", said Ko. "When you're in the final round, final group, you kind of want those putts to drop and unfortunately that wasn't happening for me".

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Chasing a first win in more than a year, Ko's cautiously pleased with her round.

Tied with Ko stepping to the ninth tee, Thompson made back-to-back birdies to pull two shots ahead. She had nine birdies and one bogey in her round.

"No matter what ranked player you are, there's always something you can improve on", Ko said.

After hitting her drive in the middle of the fairway, Ko found her ball sitting down in a divot. Ko's touch around the greens seemed strong as ever, she admitted to struggling with her putter. But she bogeyed No.11, hooked her tee shot at No.16 into the water en route to another birdie, and hit through the green and settled for par at No.17.

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While it wasn't the final round Ko wanted, closing with a 72, she recorded a second-place finish, a promising effort in what was becoming a disappointing summer. The former world No 1 had fallen to eighth in the rankings after missing the cut in two of her last three starts, while she has not finished in the top 10 since mid June.