Turkish Airlines Ladies Open. Klára Spilkova In Front. May 10 2014

dragon logo darkTurkish Airlines Ladies Open Klára Spilkova is in front at the Turkish Airlines Ladies Open after two rounds have been completed in this 54 hole event. The strangely attired Klára Spilkova / Getty Klára carded a-3 under par 70 for a -7 under par total on the par 73 National Golf Club course in Turkey. That score gives her a one shot lead going into the final round tomorrow. She reported that she was happy with her putting; “I’m very happy. I played well today like I did in the first round but the front nine was a little bit up and down. The driver was not as good but I holed a few good putts so I will keep going and try my best and enjoy the day.”  “I really don’t feel pressure, so pressure: what does it mean." The more appropriately attired Vikki Laing / Getty Vikki Laing is in second place at -6 under par for the tournament following her -4 under par 69. Vikki sounded even more happy with her score; “I’m super happy with it. I got off to a really fast start and made a bunch of birdies at the beginning. I hit the ball well and made a few good putts. I’m hitting it well and I’m rolling the ball well on the greens so it’s a good combination. I’m just trying to hit fairways and greens so I’ll have the same plan for tomorrow.” Another shot further back on -5 under par is third placed Malene Jorgensen, who said she had only made one mistake on her round, finding the water on the 16th carding a double bogey;  “I had a good day out there, only one mistake. I’ve played the course a lot of times so it’s lovely to be here and I’m enjoying it. I’m going to try and win!” Valentine Derrey  is three strokes behind the leaders on -4 under par, with Krista Bakker, Charley Hull and first-round leader Heather MacRae a stroke further behind in a share of fifth place at -3 under par. Heather waited almost 48 hours between finishing her first round and starting her second, a poor round of +3 over par 76; It was kind of tough but I knew it was going to be and I didn’t hit it as good or putt as well as I still made a lot of pars. I think where I am, I have to be pleased. I would rather be where I am than where I was because it’s easier when you’re a couple of groups back.”