Taylormade r9 fairway wood twenty-two year old Christie Kerr continues her reign atop the leader board heading into the third round of the LPGA Welch's Circle K Championship after carding a four-under par round of 68 to tie the tournament record of 12-under par 132 Golf equipment, set by Helen Alfredsson in 1998. Kerr maintained her two shot lead ahead of the field and closet competitor Moira Dunn.
Kerr, Taylormade r9 supertri driver who began the day two shots ahead of Korea's Mi Hyun Kim, birdied five holes with one bogey on the par 4 tenth hole. In the first round, Kerr recorded two eagles, and tied her career best round of 64. Her second round performance was highlighted by a par save on the 17th hole from in between two palm trees. After hitting a five iron into the green, Callaway x24 hot irons kerr landed just short in between the trees. Her shot out landed about six feet from the hole where she made par.
"I hit the green and made a really good par on number 17," said Kerr. "I was happy not to hit either one of the trees, because they were there like field goals."
While continuing to play with her new PING I 3 irons, Callaway x-22 tour irons which arrived just before her first round tee time, Kerr has made her way to the top, a place she has not been since the second round of the 1999 McDonald's Championship. When asked about her plans heading into the final rounds of the tournament, Kerr remained optimistic.