Lpga Us Open Leaderboard

July 10, 2011 by staff 

Lpga Us Open LeaderboardLpga Us Open Leaderboard, 1. No Sister Act: Mika Miyazato Ai Miyazato and are not related. Let that the way first. Are paired with I.K. Kim in the third round of U.S. Open women. Mika is at the head at 5 in 139, while Ai is a shot back at 4 under and Kim is at 3 under.
Only five players are under par through 36 holes. 2011 Kraft champion Stacy Lewis and Ryann O’Toole tied to a low.

“Everybody thinks we’re sisters,” said Mika. “I think everyone so I could remember, since Ai is playing great. … But we’re not related.”

Miyazato Both come from Okinawa, Japan. Both are 5 feet 2. That’s where the similarities end. Ai, 26, has won six times on the LPGA Tour and is playing in her seventh U.S. Ladies Open.

Mika, 21, joined the LPGA in 2009 and is making her third Open appearance. He finished T-7 in Kraft this year and T-8 at the Wegmans LPGA Championship.

The Miyazato are friends, which should make her third round match comfortable. (If you ever start.) The couple spent part of the delay on Thursday engaged in what Amnesty International called for some “Girl Talk”.

Both are dedicated to helping victims of the devastating earthquake that destroyed their home in March. Joined forces with Momoko Ueda to design a logo, “Makeruna Nippon” which means “Never Give Up” in Japanese. The buttons displayed the logo is presented at a meeting of players at the beginning of the year.

“I have decided to donate all my winnings from the most important tournaments on the tour of Japan and the U.S. LPGA tour,” said Mika. “So whatever I do the profits of the major tournaments that will donate to the Red Cross.”

Interestingly, only Mika in the top 10 of this year reached the majors.

2. Brittany Lincicome could leave a permanent deck of cards in her golf bag after this week. On Thursday, Lincicome and Stacy Lewis kill time during a long delay of game gin. On Saturday, during the time the third time the U.S. Women’s Open, Lincicome is jonesin ‘for a game on the kiosk from the tee 10.

Time delays have dominated the week, making it difficult to track that is doing what and where. The players resumed the second round at 7 am and started Round 3 at 3:15 pm for 3:49, they were back off the field, and the game was called for the day to 6:19 pm The third round resume at 06:45 am on Sunday.

Angela Stanford, who is back in three injections at two, maybe offer better tip of the day on Twitter: “Here is my entry: 9 hole ladies league is in force. 9 Sunday and Monday 9 and ccktails after both :) No, problem solved. ”

3. Last hour drama: Michelle Wie drained 35 feet for birdie putt on the 18th hole to make the cut in the number of 7. This is the first time that Wie made the cut at the Open since 2006, when he tied for third place in Newport.

“Well, no, I mean to put any pressure on me,” Wie said, “but I was walking toward the 18th green and everybody was like, ‘You have to make to make the cut.” I was like, OK. ”

And then, as the ball disappeared.

4. Out of shape: Juli Inkster bent her putter toward the end of the second round and had to leave with her wedge putt at the 18th. Inkster, 51, won the U.S. Women’s Amateur third and last in 1982 more than The Broadmoor Mountain Course.

The Hall of Fame bogey on the par-5 17th hole and missed the cut by one.

5. Amateur hour: Not surprisingly, a fan called Jutanugarn made the cut at the U.S. Women’s Open. It simply cannot be what you expect.

Moriya Jutanugarn – which, at 16, is the largest of the two sisters from Thailand – Ariya bag sister went this week when opening her first wife. After a round of 69 seconds, it enters the third round in three, and now the fan is low among the five who survived the cut.

“It’s exciting because it’s a big tournament is a major – my first big,” said Jutanugarn its inception Open.

Jutanugarn Amy Anderson beat jump in the standings Saturday when Anderson carded second-round 77. His opening 69 left her near the top of the leaderboard for much of the first two days. Anderson is also making its appearance the first woman to open, and turns 19 on Sunday.

“It’s amazing, and above all I will be playing, that just makes everything better,” said her birthday.

Victoria Tanco also made her first cut in four straight games after finishing two rounds in five years. Lindy Duncan young Duke was at 6 over, and reigning U.S. Amateur Women’s Champion Danielle Kang were at age 7.

Kang is the only player among the five fans who have also made the cut at last year’s Women’s Open at Oakmont Country Club (Pennsylvania).

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