LPGA Volvik Championship. Four-Way Tie at the Top.

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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.”

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Kingsmill Championship, Ariya Beats In Gee and Nasa in Play-Off.

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Ariya Jutanugarn, Thailand, beat In Gee Chun, South Korea, and Nasa Hataoka, Japan, in a play-off for the Kingsmill Championship trophy, after 54 holes at the River Course.

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Ariya, -5 under 66 today, In Gee, -3 under 68 and Nasa, -4 under par 67 all tied at the top of the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard with -14 under par totals from their 54 holes.

Ariya and Nasa made birdie at the 1st extra hole, #18 to eliminate In Gee.

Ariya then birdied the 2nd extra hole, the 18th again, to claim victory, and said Nasa would soon win herself;

“Actually, I feel it, I was just really excited about that.”

“I did not feel that much pressure because I did a great job today.”

“So whatever, I’m going to win or lose, I’m very proud of that.” 

“I know Nasa is great, she has a lot of talent, I know she will win soon.”

Nasa played the 54 rain-soaked holes bogey free;

“The approach shots were really good this week, I can’t believe I played in a playoff at such an early stage in my career.”

“I’m just going to try to keep going for the rest of the year.”

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Kingsmill Championship 2nd Round Washed Out Again Today.

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The 2nd round of the Kingsmill Championship was washed out again today, and the tournament has been reduced to 54 holes, where they hope to finally finish the 2nd round tomorrow and also complete the third round at the aptly named River Course.

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Nothing has changed at the top of the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard, In Gee Chun, South Korea, leads at -11 under par, with Austin Ernst, USA, and Nasa Hataoka, Japan in close contact at -10 under par.

We wish everyone luck for tomorrow’s weather, and the finish of the tournament.


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Kingsmill Championship. In Gee Chun Leads as Second Round Suspended.

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In Gee Chun, South Korea, leads the Kingsmill Championship, as the second round became victim to the rain again today at the River Course, play being disrupted during the day, before the suspension due to darkness.

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In Gee completed her second round with a -5 under 66 score, to top the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard at -11 under par;

“I always happy to play here and see all the good people from here.”

“I really like to play here. Course is not too easy, so you need to think about percentages on the course.”

Austin Ernst, USA, a bogey free -6 under 65 today, and Nasa Hataoka, Japan, -5 under 66, share second place at -10 under par.

Austin likes the course, and had fun out there today;

“It was a lot of fun. I should do this more often.”

“My game has felt really good all year, it’s really just been a matter of cleaning a few things up.”

“You need to be a good ball-striker, you need to drive the ball well and good iron shots are a premium out here.”

 “Whatever it is about the place, I really like it.”

Jess Korda still has a chance to catch the leader, currently at -8 under par for the tournament, -2 under for the day through 14 holes.

With 60 players still needing to complete round two, the second round will resume on Saturday at 0730 while the third round will begin at 1030 using split tees.

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Kingsmill Championship. Five Ladies Tied at the Top.

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There are five ladies tied at the top of the Kingsmill Championship leaderboard after round one at the River Course at Kingsmill Resort. Jess Korda, Annie ParkJaye Marie Green, all from USA, Azahara Munoz, Spain and  In Gee Chun, South Korea, share the honor with rounds of -6 under par 65 in the rain.

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Jess said she told her coach she had ball striking problems;

“My coach was like, well you have two weeks to figure it out.“

“I was like, gee thanks.”

“I felt good, I stuck to my process. I’m working on a couple of things before the U.S. Open so just stuck to that and it worked.”

“You knew if the wind wasn’t blowing and the greens were soft could be really aggressive.”

“I just needed some birdies to drop, and that’s exactly what happened.” 

Annie was putting really well;

“I was hitting it well, putting it pretty well.”

“I was struggling reading putts mid-round but I started to roll some putts in, so it was a good day.” 

“It’s always been a great golf course, great conditions, ever since I was in junior golf.”

“It’s in my memories, I personally enjoy playing this golf course.”

Jaye is happy to be on top;

“I think I only missed one green today, so I had a lot of opportunities for birdie and I made seven of them, so that’s good.”

“It feels good to be on top, I mean, there is so much golf left, but I like my position.”

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The Volunteers of America Texas Classic. Sung Hyun Park Wins 36 Hole Tournament.

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Sung Hyun Park, South Korea, wins the 36 hole Volunteers of America Texas Classic at Old American Golf Club in Texas.

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Sung shot a final round -5 under 66 to win the Volunteers of America Texas Classic with a -11 under par total for the two rounds completed.

Tied at the top  Sung chipped in for birdie on the last hole, which was the icing on the cake;

“I knew it was a pretty important shot, it was a pretty difficult situation and I’m glad I made it.”

“After this win, I feel like I can finish out the season a lot easier.”

 “I’m really excited about the rest of the season.”

Sung is off home to South Korea,  to celebrate the win with her dog Ato;

“I miss her so much.”

In second place was Lindy Duncan, USA, with a -10 under total, she carded a last round -7 under par 64 to climb up the leaderboard with a birdie, birdie, birdie finish, and a complete contrast in golfing fortunes from 2017;

“I needed to clean my stuff up.””

It’s awesome, I’m super excited. It was a grind out there, we were just trying to focus on every shot and we did.”

“I hit a really good tee shot on the par-3 seventh to like a foot and that set up the final stretch.”

“I’m really starting to get into a routine and I’m just trying to let my game come out.”

“I’ve got a lot of confidence now and I can’t wait to get started on the next couple.”

Yu Liu of China took third place on her own at -9 under par, with her her last round of -5 under par 66.

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Wells Fargo Championship. Jason Day Cruises To Win.

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Jason Day, Australia, cruised to a two shot win at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow.

Day wins Wells Fargo Championship

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With a final round -2 under par 69 Jason cruised to a win at the Wells Fargo Championship with a -12 under par total, his 12th PGA Tour title.

Jason  came to the day’s most difficult hole and hit a superb shot, that defined this tournament. A seven iron tee shot on the 223-yard, par three 17th, which took a big hop when it landed in the middle of the green,  rolling speedily until it struck the center of the flagstick and stopped  just a couple of feet away, he made birdie.

“It was on a cracking line, it was beautiful, things like that are what you need to win golf tournaments.”

“I felt like I went ten rounds out there, just fighting against myself.”

“Aaron played tremendous golf coming in.”

“I didn’t have the best day off the tee and even into the greens, but I had a really good day on the greens and around the greens.”

Aaron Wise, -3 under 68 today and Nick Watney,  -2 under 69, both from the USA shared second place at -10 under par.


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