Jessica Korda climbed to the top of the leaderboard at the Mobile Bay LPGA Classic with second round of -7 under par 65, for a total of -13 under par. Jessica Korda / LPGA Jessica said she felt comfortable; " I feel really comfortable out here, this is definitely one of the stops I wanted to come back to and I hope we can keep this event as long as possible out here because I really like it. I feel good. Today actually I didn't have one shot where I was kind of; kind of windswept or anything so it was good, it's definitely moving in the right direction. I saw Sydnee, I saw she was like -8 under through 12. Like dang, that's getting it done today. But no, not really, I kind of just went out here with really no mindset. Just come out here, try and hit good shots and convert when you can and kind of take your punishments when you have to." Karrie Webb is alone in second place after her magnificent round of -9 under par 63, gave her a tournament score of -12 under par. Karrie, played alongside of Jessica, and remarked she would need to keep up with her bogey free rounds, to keep up with her opponent, she is just one shot back at -12 under. " I think I'll need to do that for the weekend playing with Jess, she played really solidly for two days. I'm not sure the last time I had a bogey‑free round, so I'm really happy about that. That's sort of been my problem is I have bogeys at the wrong time and it really kills momentum. That's what happened yesterday, I turned at 2‑under and then doubled 1 and bogeyed 2 and all of a sudden I'm at 1‑over. I just was really happy with that fight back yesterday to finish at 3‑under and I think that really carried over into today and it was nice to play today without any bogeys." Chella Choi occupies third spot, a second round of -6 under par 66 lifted her clear of the bunch on -10 under par. She is dreaming of her first win; " Maybe my first win, I'm just kidding. My shot is really good, my shot is really good and my distance is better than before than last year. My putting it's not bad, but bad then last year, so I tried really hard on my putting, focus my putting like 80 percent putting, just 20 percent shot. So shot is same, my condition is same, shot, everything same, but putting is much better than before, last tournament." Stacy Lewis could only manage another -2 under par round, and is now at -4 under par, nine shots off the lead, she admitted she made too many mistakes; " I just made a bunch of birdies and just didn't ; made too many mistakes and you can't do it when people are shooting lights out." Notables missing the cut, which was at even par; Moriya Jutanugarn, Brittany Lincicombe, Felicity Johnson and ex wonder kid Michelle Wie.