Posted October 20, 2011 on AP on Fox
Anthony Kim shot a 6-under 66 Friday to grab a three-shot lead after the second round of the CJ Invitational. The American had a bogey on the first hole but made seven birdies the rest of the way for a 10-under total of 134. Tournament host K.J. Choi was tied for second after a 70, along with fellow South Koreans David Oh and Lee Ki-sang. ''I had a few good breaks go my way today but hopefully I won't need them this weekend,'' Kim said. ''I made a couple of key putts and had a good attitude even though I was in the trees a lot. Mentally I'm fresh and physically I'm getting better.'' Choi was frustrated with his performance, especially with the three bogeys he recorded on the back nine. ''My scorecard reflects how I played today,'' Choi said. ''It was an up and down day. Sometimes, I hit a shot too well and ran past the green and made bogeys. Made me sick and I lost my rhythm.'' Kim said he expected the ...
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