I watched about an hour of coverage, and they even showed In Gee! Dumbo shot a respectable 72; nothing amazing, but this course seems to be playing on the hard side, so at the moment that's good for 20th and four back.
Another Korean American face surfaces: Jennifer Song shot a 69. And Andrea Lee is quietly doing pretty well this season; she's at 2 under right now, but her round has barely begun.
No Mike Ritz...he must have gotten the pink slip last month when GC moved from Orlando to Connecticut. The commercial breaks were insane, randomly cutting into the coverage in the middle of putts, interviews, whenever anything halfway interesting was happening.
Not that the low-rent LET coverage was exactly gripping...unless you're into long pointless shots of trees, the ocean, or a guy playing with his dog on the beach. That TV director was a wannabe Ingmar Bergman.
Kelly kept it together most of her windy late afternoon round, but it didn't end well with bogeys on the final two holes for a +2.
Minjee Lee has sure wasted her Talent on the LPGA Tour so far. She has missed so many opportunities because of short putt misses. She hasn't had a bad start to her Career, but it could be so much better. But she is still young and she can start winning anytime.
Yui Kawamoto welcome to Links Golf. Experience learned, on to the AIG.