Four ladies are tied at the top of the Volvik Championship, Moriya Jutanugarn, Thailand, Caroline Masson, Germany, with Danielle Kang and Amy Olson, of the USA.
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Moriya, bogey free, Caroline, two bogey’s, Amy one bogey and Danielle, bogey free, all carded first rounds of -6 under par 66 to lead the Volvik Championship on day one at Travis Pointe Country Club.
Moriya really enjoyed her day, making some putts;
“Pretty much you just hit the shot, go find the ball, hit another shot. If you don’t make the putt, just go hit another putt.”
“I had a lot of fun out there.”
Caroline had a good day with her putter;
“I played well last week, and my ball-striking was really good and I was struggling a little bit with the putts.”
“Just changed a couple things with my coach, earlier this week and it seemed to work,”
“So it was just nice to see a couple go in and played pretty solid overall.”
Danielle also had a good day in the putting department;
“Woke up, was like, I don’t want to make any bogeys today, let’s just try that.”
“I know that’s weird. I rolled the putts really well. I’m hitting the ball really good, even from last week.”
“My game feels really great, so just keep giving myself birdie chances.”
Amy has been making some changes, and it taken a while to blossom;
“That first year was tough, but we’ve turned a corner and I’ve just found a lot of consistency in the last year, and it’s a lot of fun to go out there and play golf a little more stress free.”