Maritz Struggles in Dubai

by | Oct 28, 2006

Laurette Maritz’s first round three-under 69 score kept her in the hunt with the middle ground, after a 2-over 74 for her second round left her tied for 20th place at the inaugural Dubai Ladies Masters.

Maritz shot a one-under 34 going out, with three birdies against two dropped, but she will regret a back nine that included bogies on 10 and 15, a double on 12, against a must-do birdie at the final flag.

Ashleigh Simon showed her class by improving her first round score by three shots to record a one-under 71, but her tournament half-way score 146 leaves her missing the cut by only by two shots.

Amateur Simon joined team-mates Stacy Bregman and Kelli Shean in winning the biennial World Amateur Team Championship for South Africa a mere week ago, but will have to put in an improved performance to take on the professionals in this tough desert championship.

Sandy Meyer, who is a teaching pro at the tournament host Emirates Golf Club, will be disappointed with her second round, after carding a 17-over 89.

Added to her first round 84, Meyer exits the tournament with a score missing the cut by 25 shots.

Meanwhile Annika Sorenstam maintained her position at the top of the leader board for the second evening, her four-under round two score added to a sparkling seven-under on day one, Sorenstam sits pretty, five clear of closest contender Australian Karrie Webb (-6).

Live scoring available at the Ladies European Tour website, for more information click on the ‘Information Centre’ tab under the Live Scoring window.

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