Golf: Lydia Ko narrowly avoids cut

Lydia Ko, of New Zealand. Photo / AP.
Lydia Ko, of New Zealand. Photo / AP.

Lydia Ko looks to have narrowly avoided missing the cut for just the second time in her LPGA Tour golf career.

The world number one has carded a two-under 70 in the second round of the British Open at Woburn to be even par at the fourth women's major of the year.

Ko's currently tied for 56th, one shot inside the projected cut but 11 shots behind the leader, South Korea's Mirim Lee.

Meanwhile, Danny Lee has produced a solid second round in the final men's major of the year, the PGA Championship in New Jersey.

He's carded an even par 70 to remain one-under par for the tournament.

Lee's currently tied for 27th, four shots off the lead.

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