Weather gods help Sung Hyun Park go from last to first

Weather gods help Sung Hyun Park go from last to first

Weather gods help Sung Hyun Park go from last to first

If you're feeling a sense of déjà vu, you're not alone.

Starting afresh, the US Women's Open Champion made the most of the reprieve and shot an eight under par 63 to lead after the first round of the women's final major of the season. What she hopes this time around is that she'll be the one holding the trophy, not finishing runner-up. Park started her day on the back nine.

"Yes, I was surprised with the ruling", Park admitted.

"I was able to forget yesterday and just focus on today".

Australian Katherine Kirk and Swede Anna Nordqvist are three shots back after shooting 66s with Americans Marina Alex and Jessica Korda and South Korsean In-Kyung Kim another shot back at 4 under. She posted the low round of the afternoon on Friday with a six-under par, 65 that included an outward nine, 30. On Friday, Chun carded a 70, seven shots back. It looks like it's plenty of good chances out there today. It was really solid, and hopefully it's good momentum going into tomorrow. Her highest finish this season came on her last start-a T-5 at the Cambia Portland Classic in August. She assures her sister, Moriya, the same will happen for her.

"I feel pretty good this week", Nordqvist said.

Announcing the decision to shorten the event yesterday, Ladies Professional Golf Association commissioner Mike Whan commented: "Some players will not like it, but I'll take the brunt of that".

The Thai golfer, whose younger sister, Ariya, won the 2016 Women's British Open, has never won on Tour.

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Korda was also eight shots ahead of Park on Thursday.

"Just pretend like it's Thursday. What's done is done, '" Korda said. "I just need to concentrate on myself".

Kirk also enjoyed the opportunity to hit the reset button after Thursday's rainy and windy conditions.

Miyazato's first-round 68 landed her tied for eighth going into the weekend. "It's not physically, not condition, but it was just the play itself. Putted well and I am delighted with the score". The 32-year-old won her first title at Evian Resort Golf Club in 2009, and won the event again in 2011.

Ko was one-over when the first round was washed out yesterday and scores wiped.

Within 10 minutes, the view went from picture flawless to apocalyptic. Play was suspended in the morning as 45mph winds and heavy rain battered Evian-les-Bains. The seven-time victor fought through for a T-7 at the British Open, went 3-0-1 at the Solheim Cup but missed the cut last week at the Indy Women in Tech Championship.

Creamer withdrew after the 12 hole due to a wrist injury.

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