MAYNOOTH, Ireland — Canada made up a big move up the leaderboard in the second round of the world amateur women's team golf championship.
Jaclyn Lee of Calgary, Naomi Ko of Victoria and Maddie Szeryk of London, Ont., combined to shoot 7 under on Thursday(only the top two scores count), pushing Canada into a tie for 23rd after starting the day in a tie for 39th.
Lee led the way with a 4-under 69, followed by Ko at 70 and Szeryk at 71.
Canada is 3 over at the halfway mark of the tournament, 19 shots back of the leaders from the United States.
Individually, Lee is the top Canadian at even par, putting her in a tie for 30th. Ayean Cho of South Korea leads at 13 under.
The Canadian Press