Norway's Suzann Pettersen shot a 7-under 65 on Friday to share the second-round lead with South Korea's Inbee Park in the LPGA Taiwan Championship.
The winners the last two weeks in the opening events on the tour's Asian Swing, Pettersen and Park had 10-under 134 totals at the Sunrise Golf and Country Club. Park shot a 69.
Yani Tseng, the top-ranked Taiwanese star who won the tournament last year, was two strokes back along with Scotland's Catriona Matthew. Tseng shot a 69, and Matthew had a 66.
Pettersen birdied four on her last six holes. She won her ninth LPGA Tour title last week, beating Matthew in a playoff in South Korea.
''I played really solid on the front nine,'' Pettersen said. ''I gave myself three good looks on the first three holes, chipped it in on the fourth, and really just tried to stay aggressive, and when I made the turn, I figured it's time to kind of shift to the fifth gear, and it's nice when the body reacts to your kind of mind game, and really just tried...