TSHWANE, 1 February 2017 – For a second time in three weeks, its advantage to a foreign campaigner as Britain’s Kiran Matharu continued to stamp her dominance on the Ladies Tshwane Open at Zwartkop Country Club on Wednesday.
Targeting a breakthrough on the Sunshine Ladies Tour after a third, a second and a fifth place finish in her first three starts, the 27-year-old from Leeds opened up a healthy three stroke lead with a second round two under 69 to top the scoreboard at five under 137.
Matharu believes she has the game to see it through, but she will keep an eye on Kim Williams and Ashleigh Buhai leading the chasing pack.
Williams soared into contention with a four under 68 that included five birdies on the homeward loop and she finished at two under, one shot ahead of Buhai. The former Ladies European Tour winner tied…
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