Canadian Women’s Open Round 2

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Michelle Wie celebrated her birdie on the 18th hole at the Canadian Women's Open in Edmonton. It was a rare highlight for Wie as she missed another cut.
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Wie, slowed this year by wrist injuries, also missed the cut two weeks ago in the Women's British Open at St. Andrews, shooting 73-80.
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After shooting a two-over 37 on the front, Paula Creamer caught fire on the back, finishing with four birdies. Creamer trails by three shots.
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Lorena Ochoa made a par from the trees on the 14th hole. Ochoa shot a bogey-free 65 to move into contention.
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Shi Hyun Ahn made an ace on No. 16 and shot a four-under 67.
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Juli Inkster made a birdie on 18 to shoot a five-under 66.