South Korea, international players dominate day one: Ochoa, Sorenstam in the hunt at U.S. Women's Open
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. – Day one of the U.S. Women’s Open was shortened by afternoon thundershowers in the area Thursday. A rain delay from 2:47 thru 6:23 p.m. meant most of the afternoon rounds didn’t finish.
Of the eleven players currently under par, five are from South Korea, including Jee Young Lee at 2-under. Leader Angela Park is 3-under and is from Brazil.
Among those who struggled today are Karrie Webb at 12-over and Michelle Wie at 11-over.
Play resumes bright and early tomorrow…stay tuned to WorldGolf.com for full recaps and blogs.
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