Jul 9, 2011 1:29 AM by Lee Douglas
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) - I.K. Kim came out of an hour long rain delay Friday and took a two-shot lead at the U.S. Women's Open, closing her day at 4-under par with four holes left to play in the second round.
Kim will head into Saturday with a two-shot lead over Wendy Ward and Nabsico champion Stacy Lewis, who was ahead most of the day but made bogey and double-bogey shortly after the delay and fell to 2 under.
Only 33 of the 156 players got through their second round and 66 never made it to their tee time.
Among those was amateur Amy Anderson, who will return to the Broadmoor in the three-way tie for second at 2 under.
Another shot back is Paula Creamer, along with Karrie Webb, who is in a group of four at 1 under who hadn't teed off.
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