I'm looking at Accuweather for Dedham, MA ... currently 52 F with a high of 54 F ... and rain from 1 to 5 PM ... have fun, ladies. They're posting scores in sets of nine holes and Isi Gabsa (-2 thru 9) is the only player under par among the first 13 starters.
The info sheet says two spots and two alternates are available ... says it'll be par-70 at approx. 6,000 yards ... and the cost of a box lunch after Round One is $22.
Pos. Player Total To Par R1 R2 Total Score Details 1 Lauren Stephenson (p) Lexington, SC, United States -7 69 68 137 Medalist T2 Gina Kim (a) Durham, NC, United States -2 71 71 142 Low Amateur T2 Haylee Harford (p) Leavittsburg, OH, United States -2 71 71 142
Pos. Player Total To Par Gross R1 R2 Total Gross Details 1 Ana Pelaez Trivino (a) Spain -8 70 66 136 2 Alexandra Swayne (a) Virgin Islands, U.S. -3 72 69 141 3 Jo Hua Hung (a) Chinese Taipei -2 72 70 142
CUT Jenny Bae (a) Suwanee, GA E 72 72 144 1st alt. CUT Micheala Williams-Luck (a) Brownsboro, AL E 70 74 144 2nd alt.
No field posted yet for Superstition Mtn. in AZ, May 13.
It's two and two at Spring Lake GC today. That place must have received some rain yesterday and early this AM. Accuweather says the sun will partially break out in the afternoon with a high of 64F at 4 PM.
The first few scores have just been posted. Brynn Walker doubled the 1st hole. She is the 23rd alternate on the Symetra Tour this week ... might want to reconsider this pro golf thing.
Sophia Bae is one of seven drop-outs this AM ... those names are now crossed off my pairing sheets, leaving 52 players. I will try to get there by 10 AM.
Per the player info. sheet, the course is set at 6,273 par-72. Tillinghast had a hand in designing this place ... too bad he couldn't fit in a full driving range, it's only 170 yards long. Some courses will set up a net where you can hit woods into it.
I wasted more time than planned and didn't get there until 11:20 AM, which still made it a LONG day as the playoff didn't finish until 7:30 PM. According to Bianca's looper, Cheyenne's score included a two-stroke penalty for hitting the wrong the ball in Round One. As for Bianca, he said she three-putted five times in Round One, although he was impressed with her tee-to-green game ... said she hit driver/six iron to reach the par-5 9th green (497 yards). I followed both players for their entire afternoon rounds ... a report is coming soon. As for reports from the GIC saying Bianca Pagdanganan was gonna take over the world of women's golf ... uhh, no she will not, at least not any time soon. She didn't look like the next Paphangkorn ... heck, she needs a lot more work to be the next JRo. Gearhead of the day was Savannah Vilaubi who was gaming a Nakashima Ntec driver.
Megha Ganne may be a future really good LPGA Golfer. At the age of fourteen she gave Albane Valenzuela a tough match in the 2019 USGA Amateur Simi-final. I think she lost one up and Albane lost to Gabriela Ruffels in the Finals.
I'm surprised they took two players, especially with no big-name pros here. CORRECTION - Okay, it just hit me. Tsz Ching Chan is the real name of Tiffany Chan. Now I know why they took two players ... they knew Tiff would break the hearts of all the locals again (she won the 2019 qualifier, too), so they made a second spot available.
Pos. Player Total To Par Gross R1 R2 Total Gross Details 1 Claire Choi +4 75 69 144 Qualified 2 Tsz Ching Chan +6 79 67 146 Qualified
T3 Katrina Huang +8 73 75 148 Alternate 1 T3 Mikado Nagatori +8 74 74 148 Alternate 2
They haven't hit a ball yet today in W. Palm Beach and they already have 13 drop-outs, including Morgan Pressel, Chella Choi, Julieta Granada, Kyle Roig and Jenny Suh.