The Wegmans LPGA Championship. Brittany Bounces to the Top. August 16 2014

White Dragon GolfWegmans LPGA Championship Brittany Lincicome bounces to the top of The Wegmans LPGA Championship at Monroe Golf Club in New York. [caption id="attachment_6456" align="alignnone" width="620"]Wegmans LPGA Championship Brittany Lincicome / Getty Images[/caption] Brittany scored a second round -4 under par 68 to post a Wegmans LPGA Championship total of -9 under par. She was excited about her stress free three shot lead; "It’s been incredible, I haven’t been here in a while so it’s pretty exciting anytime you can shoot under par especially at a major.  It feels really nice.  I feel like all year I’ve been doing a lot of good things, hitting well, putting well, chipping well, they just don’t seem to all come together on the same day.  So it was nice to play the last two days and just kind of seeing like I was out there doing my thing and there was not too much stress involved.” "I am still going to go try to birdie as many holes as I possibly can, and with both of those players, especially Inbee, she can shoot 61 like it’s nothing. So it doesn’t matter how big a lead you have with her behind you and Lexi or Lydia even, gosh, you just need to keep your same game plan that I’ve had and try to take advantage of the par 5's and just see if we can stay ahead of all of them.”  Sharing second place at -6 under par are Inbee Park and Lexi Thompson. Inbee showed her quality firing a second round -6 under par 66, while Lexi stood still posting an even par 72. Lexi intends to be more aggressive in the third round, and intends to bomb the driver down every fairway; “I have nothing to lose, go for it tomorrow and play aggressive. I hit driver on every hole out here, so just hopefully my irons hold up for me like they did yesterday.” Inbee knows she has been close recently, and thinks something good is just around the corner, shooting -6 under par makes you feel that way; "I just came so close the last two weeks, I played in the British and last week.  So I feel like something is around the corner.  Hopefully, I can do it this week in a major.  That would be great.” Lydia Ko is one of three ladies tied in fourth place at -5 under par for the tournament, and is thinking of winning again; "For me I think about winning at the end of the week, I know especially like Toledo I realized I became a millionaire after that.  I mean, to kind of have those accomplishments is really cool, but I’m really going out there and trying to play the best I can.  It’s hard to control what I do, but to control what other people are doing is pretty much impossible.”