Inbee Park leads at the Meijer LPGA Classic at the midway point of the tournament. [caption id="attachment_6394" align="alignnone" width="620"] Inbee Park / Getty/ Images[/caption] Inbee shot a bogey free second round -5 under par 66, to top the Meijer LPGA Classic leaderboard at -10 under par on the Blythefield Country Club course in Michigan. It was her putter that was working well; “At the International Crown I was trying one of my best friends, So Yeon Ryu’s, putter and when I tried it I really liked it and everything was going in so I said to the TaylorMade rep ‘can you make me one exactly the same as So Yeon’s?’ It came this week and it’s been working.” " I mean, it was two solid days; today especially because I didn’t have any bogeys. I had one bogey yesterday but today I had no mistakes out there. So yeah, I putted really well out there. When you’re putting really well, it’s real easy to score.” Just one shot back at -9 under par is Suzann Pettersen, who had a record equaling -7 under par 64, which included a bogey, but she was pleased with her round and -9 under par total, following a break; " I played pretty good yesterday, felt like I had a lot more in the tank and had a few adjustments after I played yesterday and got off to a good start. Just eager to get playing again, I’ve had three weeks off and been dying to play." " I’ve been playing a lot at home with my friends and buddies, but sometimes you just go out there and play and you feel like it’s wasted when you go out and play good in a like a friendly match. " "I guess it just shows the passion that you have for the game and the passion that you have to be out here and compete. So it’s been a nice break but I’m, like I said, very eager to get going again and have a nice fall ahead of me.” Mirim Lee is in third place, she also carded a record equaling -7 under par second round 64, recording an eagle and a bogey in her superb effort. She holds third place on her own at -8 under par, and enjoyed her good iron play today; " Today irons was very good, so I had my chance, everything was good.” World number two Lydia Ko is sitting nicely at -5 under par for the tournament, but reported that she was not playing too well; " I wasn't hitting the ball pretty well, so I had to make an up‑and‑down a lot of times. I mean, I was kind of struggling with my long game but luckily my chipping and short game worked really well and I think that was pretty much one of the best parts of my game today."