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Friday, May 20, 2011

Jaclyn Sweeney in danger of missing cut in Germany

Jaclyn Sweeney during a January practice session at IMG Academies. Photo by Paul Videla/Bradenton Herald.

Bradenton's Jaclyn Sweeney's stay in Germany is in jeopardy of being a short one.

Sweeney posted a second-round 74 that puts her at a 2-over par total in the UniCredit Ladies German Open, which currently is outside the cut line.

She is tied with teenage sensation Lexi Thompson and a host of other players in 83rd place.

There are players who have yet to finish their second rounds, but it doesn't look likely that Sweeney will make the weekend portion of the 72-hole tournament.

Right now, players at even-par - the top 60 and ties - make the weekend, while everyone else misses the cut.

There is a current weather delay. Players are scheduled to return to the course at 7 p.m. local time before finishing the round at 8:45 p.m. local time, according to the Ladies European Tour.

Sweeney's second round started on the back nine, and she didn't birdie enough holes for a second straight day.

The IMG Academies alum only birdied two holes, including one on the back nine where she turned in 2-over par 38.

The next Ladies European Tour event is next week in Slovakia.

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