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England's Charlotte Thompson shares the halfway lead with German Esther Henseleit at the La Reserva de Sotogrande Invitational in Spain.

The 26-year-old world number 581, who carded her best score on the Ladies European Tour with a six-under 66 on Thursday, followed it with a 73.

Rookie Henseleit, who has five top-10s from her first six professional tournaments, joined her at five under.

They are one clear of French pair Camille Chevalier and Celine Herbin.

Thompson's opening round featured an eagle at the par-five secondwhen she did not realise her ball had gone into the cup, but at the same hole on Friday she racked up a double bogey.

"I didn't hit the best shot into the green and left myself an horrendous up and down and completely mucked up my shot and hit it into a bunker and didn't get up and down from there," she explained.

"These things happen and I kept my head. I dealt with it really well and kicked on from there really."

The Chelmsford-based golfer defied gusting conditions to compile two birdies in a bogey-free back nine and said: "Normally, a 73 would be disappointing but on a windy day like today, it's a good score."

Academy News

US PGA Championship organisers will meet with John Daly to discuss where he "can go and can't go" when he uses a buggy at this week's major.

The 53-year-old, who won the event in 1991, has special dispensation to ride the buggy instead of walking around the Bethpage Black course in New York.

The PGA of America gave Daly permission because he has a knee problem.

Its chief championships officer Kerry Haigh said a committee "agreed that it justified the use of a golf cart".

He explained: "We have a clause for ADA (Americans With Disabilities Act) purposes in that any player who has an ADA concern or issue is allowed to apply and give the reasons for the exemption that he or she may want to apply for.


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This year's Northern Ireland Open will be transformed into a new event called the World Invitational, with men's and women's tournaments running alongside each other with equal prize money.

The men's tournament stays part of the second-tier European Challenge Tour, while invitations will be offered to the world's best in the women's event.

"Our core values are innovation and inclusivity," said European Tour chief executive Keith Pelley.

"This new tournament fits perfectly."

Speaking at the event launch in London, Pelley added: "We are so pleased to have another innovative format on the Challenge Tour's schedule following the success of the Jordan Mixed Open earlier this year.

"It's fantastic to see these pioneering events becoming more common on the global golfing calendar and we hope they continue to grow with the support of sponsors and broadcasters."

The 72-hole events, which take place from 15-18 August, will see the 300 competitors playing one day at Massereene Golf Club in addition to their other rounds at Galgorm Spa & Golf resort, which has been the NI Open's venue since the event began in 2010.

Academy News

Sweden's Marcus Kinhult won his maiden European Tour title by beating England's Matt Wallace at the final hole of the British Masters.

The pair were tied on 15 under down the last, but a furious Wallace missed a 15-footer before Kinhult sunk a 10-foot birdie for a final-round 70.

England's Eddie Pepperell finished with Wallace and Scotland's Robert MacIntyre on 15 under with a six-under 66.

Local host Tommy Fleetwood finished tied 10th after a final-round 73.

Kinhult, who birdied the last two holes where Wallace could only par, told Sky Sports: "I'm speechless. I don't know what happened the last two hours. I was behind and Matt looked really solid but I just managed to make those two birdies.

"There's a lot going through your mind and emotions but I'm just so happy to handle those pretty well. This game is so weird, it's small margins.

"I've been waiting for this moment for 20 years."