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Aditi Ashok experienced a mixed performance in the CME Group Tour Championship, posting a 1-under 72 with a combination of two bogeys and three birdies. This placed her in a tied 44th position at the tournament's midway point. Initially positioned at tied 32nd following a 2-under 70 in the first round, Aditi slipped 12 places on Friday, bringing her total to three-under 141.
Aditi Ashok Secures Spot for 2024 Season
Despite her earlier success in winning the Ladies European Tour in the first half of 2023, Aditi, currently ranked in the Top 60 globally, has been unable to maintain that momentum. Despite this, she is secure for the 2024 season, holding the 40th spot on the Race to CME Rankings, the LPGA Order of Merit.
The leaders after the second day are Alison Lee and Nasa Hataoka, both boasting totals of 14-under 130 each. They hold a one-shot lead over three players in third place and a three-shot advantage over two players tied for sixth place.
Alison Lee, coming off a recent tie with Minjee Lee at the BMW Ladies Championship, where she lost in a playoff, shot a 64. Hataoka, an Olympian and first-round leader, maintained her position at the top with a round that included three birdies on the back nine. Amy Yang, M Lee, and Ruoning Yin are tied for third place, trailing the leaders by three shots.
In summary, Aditi Ashok faces a challenging position in the CME Group Tour Championship, while Alison Lee and Nasa Hataoka lead the pack after the second day with impressive performances.
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