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Saturday, June 9, 2012

Yani Survives!

Who would've believed that would be a story at this major? Yani made the cut right on the number and it's a testament to how tough Locust Hill is playing -- not because of Yani's play, but because of the rest of the field's play. If I remember correctly, when Yani finished, her +6 was outside the cutline and 90 players were at +5 or better.

In the end, 73 made the cut at +6. It was just a brutal day out there.

And somehow Se Ri Pak, injured shoulder and all, managed to gain a one-shot lead at -3. All it took was a 1-under 71. I saw only 3 scores in the 60s -- a couple of 69s and a 68.

Cristie Kerr struggled, shooting +4 in the second round and yet she's still only 5 off the lead.

But Paula Creamer is now low American in the field. With rounds of 70-72, her -2 puts her just behind Se Ri and tied with Sandra Gal, Mika Miyazato, and Inbee Park.

It doesn't look like it's going to get any better, either. I checked for Pittsford NY and they predict 77 degrees F, scattered thunderstorms -- 60% chance of rain -- 71% humidity and 8mph winds.

And GC plans to cover as much of it as possible. Buckle in for 5 hours of carnage, from 2pm to 7pm ET today.

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