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KO drops back in US Open

KO drops back in US Open

"He's going to sue us", according to the person.

Feng, who played an event last week in China and arrived in Bedminster exhausted Monday after an overnight flight, scored in bursts with two batches of three birdies in a bogey-free round at the course some 50 miles west of Manhattan. "I can't complain at all". "Going to be nervous as heck tomorrow, but it should be fun". She leads a pack that includes world number one Ryu So-yeon, former number one Lydia Ko and perennial Women's Open contender Amy Yang.

The association Ultraviolet had so disrupted the course of a tournament, the LPGA Founders Cup in march in Phoenix (Arizona), deploying banners demanding the cancellation of the US Open after about machismo required by Mr. Trump during the presidential campaign. A field of 156 will play 18 holes of stroke play on July 13-14, after which the field will be reduced to the low 60 scores and ties. "It's cool to have the president of the United States here". She ended up with a triple-bogey.

Lang has finished no worse than 22nd in the last five Opens and she has top-15 finishes in three of the last four events.

Yang and Choi had earlier drawn level with Feng, Yang sank a 20-foot at the 17th hole, while amateur Choi birdied the par-three 16th. "So, I got to keep that same mindset for the next two rounds".

The most colorful response came from Danielle Kang, who shared a memory from 2009, when she played the course as a junior golfer.

But even Hayn concedes that the competition on the course may be overshadowed by the president and the protesters. It's unknown whether he plans to mingle outside.

Feng, who was playing just behind her, rolled in her own birdie putt. Any other tournament in the world, you would think about going home. "I mean I did a good job hanging in right there because my putting was not really that great".

She'll have the galleries on her side. He's scheduled to attend a Bastille Day celebration in France on Friday, but it's unlikely that he would want to miss a major championship at a venue that bears his name.

President Donald Trump attended the biggest event in women's golf for the third straight day.

It is also fair to say that while the president's box appears to have an excellent view of the 15th hole, the president has not turned to watch play directly, preferring instead to focus on the televised game.

"Also, that was my first time to play in China this year, so I really wanted to see my family and all my friends back home".

NOTES: The last Women's Open champion to lead solo wire to wire was Hollis Stacy in 1977.

Stock market prices aside, golfers were less than enthused with the president, who seemed to steal the show from the pros.

That might not be the best for Henderson, who has shown she has an advantage when the conditions get tough.

Lowry weighs 225 pounds, de Jonge, 230 and Stadler, 243. "I was sorry I could only get one birdie for them".

And she wore a cow-print shirt during her first-round 66.