A last-gasp birdie kept Park In-Bee on top at the HSBC Women's Champions on Friday as world number one Lydia Ko fought through one of the "craziest" rounds of her life. Park, demoted to second in the world by Ko, 17, was trailing Spain's Carlota Ciganda by a stroke heading into the 18th but she holed her third birdie to retain the joint lead. The pair were tied on 135 over two rounds at par-72 Sentosa Golf Club after Ciganda's sizzling six-under-par 66 and 69 for Park, who also led the first day alongside Tseng Ya-ni. In a rollercoaster round, Ko's double erased her two earlier birdies and she finished birdie, bogey, birdie, birdie to lie three shots off the pace.
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