Yuka Sasu takes one shot over Jeongwon Lee 6 in the middle of the women’s US Open. Mel Reed slipped off the top at the Olympic Club after Round Two 73 – watch this weekend’s live broadcast on Sky Sports. By Sky Sports Golf Last Update: 05/06/21 3:50 am 1:23 Mel Reed is still happy with her position heading into the weekend at the US Women’s Open, despite dropping four times off the lead in the second round 73 Mel Reed is still content with her position as the weekend approaches in the US Women’s Open, despite falling four times off the lead in the second round 73. Mel Reed heads into the weekend with four shots off pace at the US Women’s Open after finishing costly to her. 2nd floor in San Francisco. World No. 33, chasing his first Olympic club title, followed the opening round 67 with a two-on-73 in cold and breezy conditions on Friday to lose ground at halfway Yuka Sasso. From today until three bogeys dropped it in the last five holes to sixth, Sasso wracked three of the last six holes to announce a four-under 67 and a six-under. “I didn’t do it as well as I did yesterday,” said Reed. “I know exactly what I’m doing, but you have to stay focused because this golf course can really bite you if you don’t pay attention to it. I’m in a great position and would have accepted this as my go-to weekend.” With a 12-foot birdie on the first five, before going up and down a rough backside in the second and the vault green side on the third to keep par on both holes Mel Red mixed two sparrows with four bogeys during her second run. The 33-year-old had to lie down from the roughness in fourth and lost her 12-foot to save equality, only to roll in 15 feet in the seventh and avoid a shot drop in the ninth to reach the forward turn. Reed failed to get up and down the rough on the 14th and missed the green off the 15th tee, creating a back-to-back bogey, before failing to capitalize on either a closing rate of five and then dropping another shot in the final four-round turn. Live US Women’s Open Golf June 5, 2021, 7:00 p.m. Live on Saso features a one-shot advantage over 2019 champion Jeongeun Lee6, who rolled in three straight 15-to-5 unders, with the 17-year-old amateur Mega Gun back with another hit. Along with Megan Kang, Shanshan Feng finished fifth, ahead of Reed, Enppi Park and Lexi Thompson, with only 11 players remaining on a par in the championship midway. Reed was the only British concern to make it into the weekend, missing Northern Ireland’s Stephanie Meadow, along with England’s trio of Jodi Ewart Chadoff, Georgia Hall and Charlie Hall, all of it. Sports. Live coverage continues on Saturday from 7pm on Sky Sports Mix and Sky Sports Main Event and after the Memorial Tournament wraps on Sky Sports Golf. .