Lydia Ko has scraped through to make the cut at the Women's British Open in Fife, Scotland.
Starting the day tied for 94th at +1, Ko was reliant on others falling away and needing a near flawless round to see herself through, and the Kiwi number one did just that.
Ko held her nerve on the front nine, shooting an even par 36 without dropping a single shot, before finishing off the job on the back nine.
A birdie on the 13th hole saw her back to an even par score, while another on the 17th saw her finish the round a -1, moving her to a tie for 65th place.
The Kiwi number one now trails the leader, In-Kyung Kim of South Korea, by 10 shots going into the third round tomorrow.