Women’s British Open: The stats from the first two days

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How Choi and Pettersen have tackled the Old Course

– Hardest hole: 17th (4.587)

There were 10 birdies on the Road Hole over the first two days

– Easiest hole: 18th (3.785)

There were 72 birdies on the last hole over the first two days

– The six hardest holes all come from the 11th onwards

– Na Yeon Choi is 31st in Driving Distance, 101st in Fairways Hit but 7th in Putting and 3rd in Greens In Regulation

– Yani Tseng topped the Driving Distance stats with an average of 284 yards but still missed the cut by one. She was also last in the Fairways Hit category

– Suzann Pettersen’s averaged just 229 yards off the tee but has only missed one fairway in 32 drives

– Jee Young Lee (-7) is the hottest putter so far averaging just 26.5 putts per round

– Chella Choi was the only player to hit every green in round two

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