ADELAIDE, Australia – Sarah Jane Smith shot a 6-under 67 in tough, windy afternoon conditions Friday at Royal Adelaide to take a one-stroke lead after two rounds of the Women’s Australian Open.

The Australian had a 36-hole total of 9-under 137.

American Lizette Salas shot 70 to move into a four-way tie for second. She was joined by Pornanong Phatlum of Thailand, who also shot 70, Marissa Steen of the United States, who had a 71, and Caroline Hewwall of Sweden, who birdied her final three holes for a 69.

“I’d be lying if I said I didn’t think about it,” Smith said of her chance to win her national championship. “Obviously, it would be a dream come true and something that every young Australian thinks about.”

PGA: Wind, rain and the snap of a large tree limb were enough to stop play in the second round of the Genesis Open at Los Angeles.

Sam Saunders remained atop the leaderboard without hitting a shot. Jhonattan Vegas joined him at 7-under par.

“We could have played a bit more, but why? It’s going to get nothing but worse,” said Mark Russell, the PGA Tour’s vice president of competition. “We wanted to get them out of there when trees started snapping.”

EUROPEAN: Brett Rumford of Australia shot a 7-under 65 to take a two-stroke lead after two rounds in the World Super 6 at Perth, Australia.

Rumford had a two-round total of 13-under 131. David Bransdon was second after a 64.

CHAMPIONS: Miguel Angel Jimenez had a late eagle and closed with a birdie for a 7-under 65 and a share of the lead with Doug Garwood and Scott Parel in the Chubb Classic at Naples, Florida.