Golf: Lydia Ko off the pace at Evian Championship

Lydia Ko, of New Zealand, follows her ball after playing on the 7th hole during the first round of the Evian Championship. Photo / AP.
Lydia Ko, of New Zealand, follows her ball after playing on the 7th hole during the first round of the Evian Championship. Photo / AP.

Lydia Ko's made headway up the Evian Championship golf major leaderboard, but still remains someway off the lead.

The defending champion has carded a three under par second round to be four under for the tournament and move into a share of 13th.

She's nine shots back from Korea's In Gee Chun who has a two shot buffer.

Lydia Ko's coach David Leadbetter says the world number one just isn't feeling it at the moment.

Elsewhere Tim Wilkinson's keeping himself in the hunt for a top 25 finish in the web.com tour, which will earn him a PGA Tour card.

The Kiwi golfer has carded a four under par second round to be in a share of 15th.

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