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Nineteen-year-old Japan LPGA player Sakura Yokomine, the first Japanese woman to play in an overseas men’s professional tournament, held steady in Saturday’s round and appears headed for the final round of the Hawaii Pearl Open.

Yokomine moved to 5-under-par with one hole left in her second round when play was halted due to darkness, leaving 46 players needing to finish their rounds Sunday morning before the start of the final round of the 54-hole tournament.

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