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Shin stumbles, but keeps share of Futures lead

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Gusting winds turned a scoring spree into a test of survival during the second round of the Futures Tour’s Price Chopper Tour Championship Saturday at Capital Hills at Albany. One day after 40 players broke par and Jenny Shin of Torrance, Calif., carded a six-under-par 65, the scoring conditions changed drastically. Only a handful of players managed rounds in the 60s, but despite a 73, Shin managed to hold on to a share of the ...

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