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Stacy Lewis shoots 63, pokes fun at her awful golfer's tan

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - AUGUST 18: Stacy Lewis of the United States walks on the eighth hole during the second round of the Women's Individual Stroke Play golf on Day 13 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at Olympic Golf Course on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)
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After an opening round at the Olympics in which she said she couldn't get into a rhythm, Stacy Lewis had everything working on Thursday in Rio. The 11-time LPGA Tour winner fired a second-round 63 to vault up the leader board and move into medal contention.

Unfortunately, her outfit had people thinking more about bronzer than bronze.

Lewis wore a tank top during her red-hot round, which showed off quite the golfer's tan.

Lewis' 63 matched the course record established last week in the men's event by Marcus Fraser in the first round and Matt Kuchar in the final round. Through two rounds, Lewis is one shot behind leader Inbee Park and one shot ahead of Brooke Henderson and Charley Hull. Fellow American Gerina Piller is tied for eighth, while Lexi Thompson is T-22 through 36 holes.

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Afterward, Lewis was asked about her play -- as well as her not-so-subtle tan lines.

"I never wear sleeveless," a laughing Lewis said. "And I won't wear sleeveless again."

Well said, Stacy. However, if it ain't broke. . . nah, on second thought, sleeves are the way to go.

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