Que stays in the mix with 71

Angelo Que battled inconsistency coming home and salvaged even-par 71 in the International Series Korea Championship at the Lotte Skyhill Club in Jeju, South Korea Friday.

The 43-year-old Filipino, who shot a 67 in the opening round, started on the back nine and stumbled with a double bogey on 14 which he offset with birdies on 11, 16, and 18.

He added another birdie on 2 before he slipped with bogeys on 3 and 6. He closed the round with four straight pars.

Que sits on 4-under 138 for joint 15th, six shots behind Korean co-leaders Bio Kim and Taehoon Ok.

Joining Que was a big group that included Danny Masrin, S.S.P. Chawrasia, Seungtaek Lee, Yeongsu Kim, Seung Park, Jazz Janewattananond, Chase Koepka, Berry Henson and Jake Higginbottom.

Miguel Tabuena made the cut on the number after posting a second straight even-par 72.

The 27-year-old Filipino bucked a pair of double bogeys with four birdies to complete 36 holes on 144.

Kim and Ok led four Koreans to the top of the leaderboard on 10-under 132 following a scintillating 63.

Kim birdied five of the first seven holes before adding four more birdies coming home.

The only blot in his scorecard was a bogey on 18.

Oh, on the other hand, birdied five of the last 10 holes to turn in a 64.

Two other Koreans — Hanbyeol Kim and Yoseop Seo — were in third and fourth spots with 8-under and 7-under, respectively.

Kim and Seo fired similar 66s.

Tied on 6-under were Trevor Simsby (69), Pavit Tangkamolprasert (73), Taeho Kim (66), Justin Harding (70), Veer Ahlawat (66) and Ian Snyman (70).

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