Golf: Lydia Ko in danger of missing cut at LPGA's Chevron Championship after second round of near misses

Lydia Ko is in danger of missing the cut at the LPGA's Chevron Championship in Texas, sitting in a tie for 78th place as play was suspended in the second round.

With two holes left to play in her second round, Ko is four-over - three-over for the tournament -needing to make up at least two shots to reach the projected cut of one-over.

The Kiwi has so far carded a second-round of four-over, but missed three birdie putts which could prove crucial in her hopes to make the cut.

Beginning at one-under after shooting 71 on the opening day, Ko's troubles began early in her second round, dropping shots on three of her first six holes.

A bogey on the second was followed by a double-bogey on the fourth as the 25-year-old tumbled down the leaderboard.

The Kiwi began to claw her way back with a bogey on the fifth, before three straight pars had Ko finish her front nine at three-over in the first round, and two-over all up.

Another bogey on the 15th dropped Ko below the one-over cut line, before play was suspended by bad weather. 

South Korea's A Lim Kim holds the clubhouse lead at the halfway mark, as a seven-under second round took her to eight-under for the tournament, and into first place.