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Last Updated: Saturday, 4 October, 2003, 05:52 GMT 06:52 UK
Pak sets the pace
Se Ri Pak
Se Ri Pak had a superb second round
Se Ri Pak shot an eight-under 64 to take a one-stroke lead over Sweden's Sophie Gustafson after two rounds of the Longs Drugs Challenge in California.

The Korean, second to Sweden's Annika Sorenstam on the LPGA money list, eagled the par-five eighth with an 18-foot putt.

She also managed seven birdies in setting a tournament record of nine-under par 135.

"My game is getting more consistent and that's good at the end of the season," said Pak, who has two wins this year.

"Yesterday, I was struggling and my game was out of control. Today, I struggled early, but I started to chip and putt better, and I was playing really good."

Gustafson had three birdies in a two-under 70 that followed her opening 66.

"I wasn't playing half as good as I was yesterday," said Gustafson. "I didn't hit many fairways, which meant that I couldn't reach any of the par-5s."

Jamie Hullett, Suzann Pettersen, Wendy Ward and Michelle Ellis are tied for third place on five-under.

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