May 26, 2020

Lydia Ko makes staggering recovery at US Open

15 Julio 2017, 06:43 | Bibiana Flor

She's had several close calls in the last five years, including 10 top-10 finishes and a tie for second at the 2014 Women's British Open. That's because her Thursday afternoon round featured a 2-hour, 5-minute weather delay and she only played 15 holes when action was halted at 8:33 p.m. It was the kind of damage control that can win you a major championship. "I can't complain at all. My ball striking was decent, but it wasn't as good as it sometimes is and I felt like my putting really bailed me out". "I was so happy to be able to tee it up today".

Rodgers had eight birdies and a bogey to finish at 13-under 129 at TPC Deere Run.

South Korea's Amy Yang had a 67. Carlota Ciganda was four under through 17 holes. Feng, a native of China, stands at 7-under par through seven holes of her second round. The three-time defending champion had his only bogey of the day on No. 1, a 360-yard par 4.

While the connection between American presidents and major sporting events is well-established - the tradition of throwing out the first pitch on baseball's opening day dates back to the early 20th century, for example - so are the security challenges. 11 and 12 followed by pars the rest of the way for her 70.

Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko made a great comeback in her second round at the USA women's Open this morning in New Jersey after a poor start on the front nine in Bedminster, New Jersey.

She didn't skip a beat during an nearly 15-minute session in which she answered questions ranging from golf and the course, to growing up in the Garden State, to politics.

"I honestly had no idea where he actually was", Lewis said. "But just time, and that's what I didn't have this week". It's nice not to have a big comebacker. "Some people probably didn't even know it was going on".

Meanwhile Alena Sharp wasn't able to survive the 36-hole cut, after a second-round 72 left her at four-over par for the tournament. But she faded with bogeys at the seventh and eighth to join her compatriots on six-under.

It did Friday when he became the first sitting president to attend a U.S. Women's Open.

Among the cluster of players tied for sixth at three-under par, Rachel Heck is the best story.

"Left Paris for United States of America".

Lowry weighs 225 pounds, de Jonge, 230 and Stadler, 243.

Feng Shanshan posted a six-under 66 to take a one-shot lead at the U.S. Women's Open as the first round was suspended due to darkness.

Wie actually nearly withdrew on Thursday during a painful first round at a tournament she won in 2014. She didn't get much in the way of sleep as she travelled here overnight, arriving during the day Monday.

Ryu, the only two-time victor on the tour this year, had four birdies.

It also was suggested that if the president attended the event it would take the spotlight from the players. I love steak, maybe buffalo wings.

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