ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open. Headwall Heads at Half-Way. February 14 2014

dragon logo dark (2)ISPS Handa Women´s Australian Open  Caroline Hedwall heads the ISPS Handa Womens Australian Open at the half-way stage at the Victoria Golf Club.

Caroline Hedwall.

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Caroline carded a second round of -7 under par 65, which included a hole in one at the par three sixteenth, an Eagle at the par five eighth, five birdies and sadly two bogey's, for a total of -11 under par. She said that playing with confidence was the key to her amazing round, but she did not see the ace go in the hole; " I'm very happy with how I'm striking the ball and my putting is getting better and better, so I definitely feel like I have a lot of confidence. Yesterday I hit a full 7-iron over the green and it was basically the same yardage today, so I hit a soft one and it covered the pin all the way and then I just saw it bounce once and hit the pin.  But I didn't see it go in." " I'm driving pretty well, I missed a couple of drives yesterday and today but I managed to save a couple of bogeys and I'm still making a lot of birdies and also eagles. 'I love everything about this place." Suzann Petterson is still very much in the hunt, recording a second round of -4 under par 68 for her tournament total of -10 under par. Suzann admitted it was not her best golf today, but was happy with the result. “Today was not the best day, but when I had a good chance I kind of executed." Australian amateur Minjee Lee is still there, carding a second round of -5 under par 67, which included an Eagle 2 at the first hole, for a total of -9 under par. She finished runner-up in last week’s Volvik RACV Ladies Masters, and continues with  her excellent recent form; “Yeah, I'm in good form.  I'm confident in my game and I'm playing good. It was such a slow start, I started with nine pars. I was just patient, and it came together late in the round." Lydia Ko is another shot back at -8 under par after shooting another -4 under par 68 round, and shares fourth place at -8 under par with Holly Clyburn and Anna Nordqvist. Anna had a very quiet round, despite setting a course record at Victoria off the women's tees, with a -8 under par round of 64, she explained afterwards; ''I woke up with no voice this morning, so I didn't really know what to expect.'' Among those missing the cut are Lexi Thompson, Gwladys Nocera, Charley Hull and Laura Davies.