Inbee Park / Stephen Dunn/Getty Images Inbee Park had a second round of -5 under par 67 which propelled her into the lead at -7 under par in the Kraft Nabisco Championship at Mission Hills in California. After her second round Inbee Tweeted; "I just like to stay a little quiet and just do my own thing. If I win a little more I think I'll get more attention." She has never been a feature on the week-end at this tournament, so this is new territory for her; " I never had a good two days, this is something new on this golf course for me, and I don’t know. It’s good. I think it’s good to be ahead because you’re in better position than anybody else. Obviously putted really good out there, especially on the back nine. The wind picked up, so it was tough on the back nine." The lead is just one shot as American Lizette Salas kept in touch with a second round -2 under par for her total of -6 under par for the tournament. Lizette said she not a long hitter, so makes up for it with good wedges; " I’m comfortable in my short game and I’m not a long hitter, so I have to make it up some way. I’ve been working hard and dialing in with my wedge because that’s your go-to club. I try to make it easy as I can, I started off with a birdie and then had my first three-putt, my only bogey of the day. That made me a little frustrated, missed a couple of birdie putts on the front, but turned it around on the back and started rolling them in." Caroline Hedwall, one of Europe’s finest young stars, is tied for third place with Giulia Sergas. Caroline, a five-time winner on the LET, but has yet to do anything noteworthy in a Major. Lydia Ko, the 15-year-old Kiwi World Amateur number one, who already has three professional titles to her name, shot a second round 74 and is +2 over par for the tournament.