English teenager Charley Hull has moved into joint second place after the second round of the RACV Ladies Masters on Queensland’s Gold Coast.
Australian Rebecca Artis leads on nine under after a round of 66, with Hull and Choi Eun-woo three shots behind.
Hull, 18, was in a group warned for slow play but made up the time and finished with a birdie to shoot her second three-under round of 70.
England’s Holly Clyburn, 24, dropped one place to fourth after scoring 71.
Hull, said the time warning was “a bit annoying.”
“It was a bit of a strain because I got put on the clock and if I had have taken a bit longer I’d have had a shot penalty, so I was trying to rush,” she said.
“I’ve never done that before because I’m one of the fastest players on tour.”
England’s Florentyna Parker and Melissa Reid are tied in 12th place while veteran Laura Davies had a second consecutive 74 and was 11 strokes behind Artis.