Bangkok: India’s Smriti Mehra and Neha Tripathi missed the cut at the end of the second round of the Ladies Thailand Open on Thursday. Smriti seemed to be on course to making the third and final round, before a bogey on 17th spoilt her chances. She ended with a 76 and missed the cut line by one shot. She was six-over 150 for two days.
Neha Tripathi, making her maiden appearance in a pro tournament outside India, had rounds of 80 and 86 and finished way behind.
The leader was Tanaporn Kongkiatkrai, the defending champion. She led the field by one-stroke. She shot 69 and 70 and was five-under for 36 holes.
Lee Eun-Kyung (68-72) and Kim Su yeon (70-70) were tied for second at four-under 140 at the Lakewood Country Club.