Two tied at the top of the leaderboard in the Ladies Italian Open, Rebecca Hudson and Holly Clyburn. Holly Clyburn / Getty Images Holly had a second round -1 under par 71, to post her -4 under total in the Ladies Italian Open. She said it was a slow start to the round; “I didn’t start great, I had two three-putts in the first two holes and I thought, it’s going to be one of those days, but I dug deep and got it going on the back nine. I stuck it close which was nice so I’m excited for tomorrow.” Rebecca recorded a second round +1 over par for her total of -4 under par, stating that she was not in control of the ball; " I didn’t have the ball under control as much as I wanted but just kept grinding today and there were a couple of good scores. I’ve a lot of respect for this golf course and I might not have shot under but I’m still there and looking forward to tomorrow.” Yesterday's leader Whitney Hillier is just one shot behind at -3 under par, shooting a second round+3 over par 75, saying it was not too bad; “It wasn’t too bad today. I was a bit tentative on the front nine. I was kind of just playing for pars rather than firing up and getting birdies and in the last couple of holes I just let it go and it’s okay, it’s no problem.” Florentyna Parker is also on that -3 under par total with an even par 72 second round; “I shot level par today and three under yesterday so it was quite consistent and solid. I bogeyed my 17th hole and on the 13th, I doubled when I went over the green. Today’s scoring seems to have stayed at where it was yesterday and I think we’re going to have early tee times so it was quite breezy in the afternoon and I expect someone to shoot quite low tomorrow.” Italian Diana Luna is sharing that -3 under par spot, saying her even par second round was a good score; “I’m quite happy because it’s quite a good score. I’m a little frustrated with the way I’ve been putting today, but my long game was very good and I probably deserve a few more birdies but that happens. It’s golf. I hope to make them tomorrow because that would be better.” The stage is set for good finish tomorrow, may the best lady win.