PORTLAND, OREGON - Thailand's Pornanong Phatlum fired a six-under par 66 on Friday to maintain a one-stroke lead at the halfway stage of the US LPGA Safeway Classic.
Pornanong's two day total of 14-under 130 broke the previous 36-hole tournament record at Columbia Edgewater Country Club and left her one stroke in front of Norway's Suzann Pettersen, who carded a nine-under 63 for 131.
Pettersen jumped from a tie for 20th to second place, one shot in front of Germany's Sandra Gal who notched her second straight 66. German rookie Caroline Masson was alone in fourth on 133 after a second-round 64.
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