Feng, who opened with a 66 on Thursday, and Park were at 11-under
131 on the par-71 Grey Silo Golf Course. One shot behind was
American Michelle Wie, who shot at 67 after opening with a 65.
Feng had six birdies and no bogeys in the second round.
"Well, I think I have a habit that I don't really look at a
scoreboard during my play, so until you tell me, I don't know I'm
leading," Feng said. "Of course I'm really happy about my playing
today because it's a bogey-free round again, six birdies. I think I
did pretty well."
Park, the co-leader with Wie after the first round, also was steady
with five birdies and no bogeys. Park won the event last year in a
playoff against Angela Stanford.
"I putted really a lot better than last couple weeks this week,
yesterday and today," Park said. "Even if everything's not going in,
I see it going really close to the hole. So I'm really happy with my
stroke and I just need to hit more shots a little bit more closer
because there's obviously a lot of opportunities here. Just trying
to make a lot of birdies."
Anna Nordqvist shot the low round of the tournament so far with a
7-under 64 and moved into fourth place at 133.
"I think I hit all fairways and all greens, so that makes it a
little bit easier," Nordqvist said. "I'm a little bit disappointed
with the last couple holes because I hit a lot of good putts that
didn't go in. Last one I left it about a roll short dead in the
Nordqvist, bidding for her third victory of the year, carded seven
birdies and no bogeys.
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Xi Yu Lin of China rounded out the top five at 8 under after a
second consecutive 67.
South Korean Inbee Park, ranked No. 2 in the world, was in a group
at 7-under 135 after shooting a 66.
American Stacy Lewis, the world's No. 1 ranked player, fell off the
pace at 4-under 138 after shooting a 69 for the second day in a row.
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