GREG HARDWIG'S TWITTER UPDATES FROM LPGA
NAPLES — Updates from the LPGA Tour's CME Group Titleholders at TwinEagles Golf Club.
4:48 p.m. -- Sun Young Yoo did receive a one-shot penalty for an improper drop. That dropped
4:14 p.m. -- Couple of groups left on the course, and Na Yeon Choi has a chance to catch Ai Miyazato for the lead with two holes left. She's one behind. Sun Young Yoo is two behind, depending on how rules officials rule on her earlier drop. Brittany Lincicome and Karine Icher are both 7 under.
3:42 p.m. -- Sun Young Yoo made a double bogey on No. 14 to fall to 7 under and into a tie for third. Now she might be facing a one-stroke penalty. Some Golf Channel viewers pointed out that Yoo, who had to take a drop, did not follow the correct procedure by holding her arm straight out above shoulder length.
Brittany Lincicome has moved into a tie for third at 7 under, three behind Miyazato. Choi is in second at 8 under.
2:52 p.m. -- Ai Miyazato sank a 20-footer for birdie on No. 18 to finish at 10 under, and is up by one over Yoo and two over Choi. Nordqvist and Ryu are tied for fourth at -7; Hedwall, Lincicome, Icher and Pettersen are four back.
2:38 p.m. -- Sun Young Yoo has recovered from her poor finish Thursday, and a bogey start today to get within a shot of the lead with a birdie at 8 under, one behind Ai Miyazato. Nordqvist and Choi are two behind, and eight players are three back -- Hedwall, LaCrosse, Webb, Brittany Lincicome, Lizette Salas, Icher, Pettersen and Ryu.
2:08 p.m. -- Karrie Webb has made it up into a tie for third at 6 under. Eleven years ago, Webb was in contention back in the Subaru LPGA Memorial at The Strand -- the last LPGA event played in Naples -- but Sophie Gustafson ended up the champion. Webb, 37, is tied with Hedwall, Nordqvist, LaCrosse, Icher, Choi and Ryu at 6 under, three behind Miyazato. Yoo is now in second at -7.
1:57 p.m. -- Miyazato birdied No. 12, 13 and 14 to get to 9 under, and leads by two over LaCrosse and Yoo. Hedwall, Nordqvist, Icher, Choi and Ryu are tied for fourth at -6.
1:12 p.m. -- Ai Miyazato, Anna Nordqvist and Sun Young Yoo are now tied at 7 under. LaCrosse, Icher, Pettersen and Ryu are all one back.
12:48 p.m. -- Suzann Pettersen and Sun Young Yoo are back into the lead with birdies on No. 6 to get to 7 under. Ai Miyazato, Anna Nordqvist, and Karine Icher are one shot back. That's five different countries -- Norway (Pettersen), South Korea (Yoo), Japan (Miyazato), Sweden (Nordqvist) and France (Icher). Top American is Cindy LaCrosse, who's in a tie for sixth at 5 under.
12:35 p.m. -- Ai Miyazato of Japan is 4 under after nine holes and has moved into a tie for the lead at -6 with Nordqvist, Pettersen, and Yoo, who birdied. Choi and Ryu bogeyed to fall back into a five-way tie for fifth at -5 with Cindy LaCrosse, Caroline Hedwall and Karine Icher.
12:16 p.m. -- Anna Nordqvist started the day tied for 12th, but now she's tied for the lead at 6 under. The Swede birdied Nos. 4, 5 and 6 to join fellow Scandinavian Suzann Pettersen of Norway, Choi and Ryu at the top.
11:20 a.m. -- Na Yeon Choi birdied No. 2 to tie for the lead at 6 under.
11:17 a.m. -- The leaders are on the course, and now there is one fewer of them. Sun Young Yoo picked up where she left off Thursday, bogeying the first hole to fall out of a share of the lead. Yoo finished double bogey-bogey after getting to 9 under in the first round. Suzann Pettersen and So Yeon Ryu parred No. 1, and remain tied for the lead at 6 under.