South Korea's Jiyai Shin plays her tee shot on the third hole during the second round of the British Women's Open Golf tournament at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, northern England, September 15, 2012. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis

(Reuters) - Jiyai Shin broke the women's course record at Hoylake on Saturday, a blistering eight-under 64 pushing the South Korean five strokes clear of the field after the weather-delayed British Open second round. Compatriot Inbee Park (68) was in second place on four-under 140 at the final major championship of the year. Japan's Mika Miyazato (70) and seven-times major winner Karrie Webb of Australia (70) shared third spot on 141. Shin hit all 18 greens in regulation, never found a bunker and only missed one fairway as she fired six birdies and an eagle. ...

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