Mika Miyazato of Japan shot a 5-under 67 for the second-round lead at the Evian Masters on Friday.
Michelle Wie started the day tied for sixth at 4 under, but slipped down the leaderboard at 1 over after a sluggish round (77) that included a quintuple bogey on the 10th hole.
Defending champion Ai Miyazato of Japan managed a 72 to stay 3 under overall and six shots off the lead.
Miyazato was 9 under and had a one-stroke lead over Gwladys Nocera of France. Miyazato had six birdies. Nocera had an eagle and five birdies in her round.
The 20-year-old Miyazato played through two weather delays, a shorter one in the morning and a longer break midway through the afternoon.
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