Second Round Scores

By Associated PressAugust 7, 2003, 4:00 pm
Second round scores from the 2003 U.S. Women's Amateur:
Philadelphia Country Club course
Gladwyne, Pa.
Yardage: 6,368; Par: 71
x-advanced by winning playoff.
Aree Song, Korea, 71-67--138
Michelle Wie, Honolulu, 73-67--140
Erica Blasberg, Corona, Calif., 70-72--142
In-Bee Park, Eustis, Fla., 70-72--142
Lisa Meldrum, Canada, 72-71--143
Paula Creamer, Pleasanton, Calif., 70-73--143
Jane Park, Oak Valley, Calif., 69-74--143
Virada Nirapathpongporn, Thailand, 73-70--143
Sarah Huarte, Shingle Springs, Calif., 69-75--144
Carmen Alonso, Spain, 74-70--144
Annie Thurman, Highland, Utah, 74-70--144
Brittany Lang, Mckinney, Texas, 76-69--145
Sarah Sasse, Lincoln, Neb., 70-75--145
Da Sol Chung, Republic of Korea, 75-70--145
Irene Cho, La Habra, Calif., 69-77--146
Avery Kiser, Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., 72-74--146
Elizabeth Janangelo, West Hartford, Conn., 75-71--146
Kailin Downs, Bend, Ore., 72-75--147
Becky Lucidi, Poway, Calif., 74-73--147
Katie Allison, Mahwah, N.J., 72-76--148
Charlotte Mayorkas, Chula Vista, Calif., 73-75--148
Charlotte Campbell, Heathrow, Fla., 74-74--148
Ashley Knoll, The Woodlands, Texas, 74-74--148
Whitney Wade, Glasgow, Ky., 74-74--148
Katie Futcher, The Woodlands, Texas, 76-73--149
Mina Harigae, Monterey, Calif., 75-74--149
Beth Hermes, Dixon, Ill., 75-74--149
Leah Hart, Australia, 76-73--149
Sydney Burlison, Salinas, Calif., 74-75--149
Nuria Clau, Spain, 76-73--149
Laura Cross, Midlothian, Texas, 77-72--149
Allison Martin, Bakersfield, Calif., 78-71--149
Ashley Hoagland, Palmetto, Fla., 75-75--150
Ellen Port, St Louis, Mo., 76-74--150
Lindsay Hulwick, Littleton, Colo., 73-77--150
Kristen White, Doylestown, Pa., 77-73--150
Tania Elosegui, Spain, 71-79--150
Ya-Ni Tseng, Chinese Taipei, 75-75--150
Kwan-Chih Lu, Chinese Taipei, 74-76--150
Naree Song, Korea, 77-73--150
Violeta Retamoza, Mexico, 74-76--150
Ashley Rollins, Austin, Texas, 74-77--151
Courtney Wood, Brentwood, Tenn., 77-74--151
Lisa Ferrero, Lodi, Calif., 74-77--151
Shayna Miyajima, Wailuku, Hawaii, 76-75--151
Kathy Hartwiger, Birmingham, Ala., 77-74--151
Laura Shanahan-Rowe, Bedford, N.H., 78-73--151
Ashley Gomes, Pleasanton, Calif., 77-74--151
Darby Sligh, North Augusta, S.C., 79-73--152
Diana Ramage, Fayetteville, Ga., 78-74--152
Kristin Tamulis, Naples, Fla., 76-76--152
Sally Krueger, San Francisco, 76-76--152
Aimee Cho, Orlando, Fla., 77-75--152
Cecilia Barksdale, Columbia, S.C., 78-74--152
Robin Burke, Houston, 75-77--152
Leeann Fairlie, Oklahoma City, 74-78--152
Mallory Underwood, Montgomery, Texas, 77-75--152
Amy Schmucker, Cold Spring, Minn., 76-76--152
Hsiao-Ching Lu, Chinese Taipei, 79-73--152
x-Alice Kim, Los Angeles, 75-78-153
x-Katie Connelly, Madison, Wis., 77-76-153
x-Allison Fouch, Grand Rapids, Mich., 76-77-153
x-Maru Martinez, Venezuela, 73-80-153
x-Emily Bastel, Upper Sandusky, Ohio, 74-79-153
Failed to Qualify
Esther Choe, La Quinta, Calif., 75-78-153
Amber Marsh, Jamestown, N.C., 75-78-153
Lisa Meshke, Blooming Prairie, Minn., 74-79-153
Alana Condon, Kent, Wash., 76-77-153
Meaghan Francella, Port Chester, N.Y., 76-77-153
Whitney Simons, Aiken, S.C., 76-78--154
Katrin Wolfe, Johnstown, Pa., 77-77--154
Leigh Anne Hardin, Martinsville, Ind., 80-74--154
Jessica Krasny, Summerville, S.C., 77-77--154
Bridget Dwyer, Kailua, Hawaii, 75-79--154
Anna Grzebien, Narragansett, R.I., 78-76--154
Randi Gauthier, Sugar Land, Texas, 79-75--154
Sunhyo Oh, Las Vegas, 72-82--154
Misia Lemanski, Grosse Ile, Mich., 78-76--154
Thuhashini Selvaratnam, Sri Lanka, 79-76--155
Nicole Hage, Coral Springs, Fla., 77-78--155
Kristi Larsen, El Dorado Hills, Calif., 75-80--155
Jessica Lewis, Bethesda, Md., 79-76--155
Elena Kurokawa, Redondo Beach, Calif., 78-77--155
Su Jung Yoon, Korea, 80-75--155
Rachel Smith, Powell, Tenn., 79-76--155
Elizabeth Dotson, White Bluff, Tenn., 81-74--155
Eom Ji Park, Canada, 79-76--155
Alena Sharp, Canada, 76-79--155
Nicole Cutler, Cherry Hills Village, Colo., 77-78--155
Gabby Wedding, Wilmington, Ohio, 83-73--156
Erin Simmons, Houston, 78-78--156
Erin Tone, Tempe, Ariz., 80-76--156
Mollie Fankhauser, Columbus, Ohio, 80-76--156
Courtney Mahon, Topeka, Kan., 79-77--156
Laura Matthews, Canada, 75-81--156
Christine Boucher, Canada, 79-77--156
Sarah Martin, Grosse Ile, Mich., 78-78--156
Mina Hardin, Fort Worth, Texas, 82-75--157
Shannon Ogg, Charlotte, N.C., 79-78--157
Jessica Castle, Plantation, Fla., 80-77--157
Lisa Kajihara, Makawao, Hawaii, 79-78--157
Katie Brophy, Spokane, Wash., 82-75--157
D'Rae Ward, Weatherford, Texas, 81-76--157
Paige Haverty, Greenville, N.C., 77-80--157
Kelly Anders, Springfield, Ill., 77-80--157
Leslie Stubblefield, Kennesaw, Ga., 78-80--158
Alissa Super, Minneapolis, 80-78--158
Lauren Todd, Phoenix, 75-83--158
Danielle Downey, Spencerport, N.Y., 82-76--158
Carol Semple Thompson, Sewickley, Pa., 80-79--159
Erin Andrews, Las Vegas, 80-79--159
Amy Wang, Kirkland, Wash., 79-80--159
Hannah Summerhays, Carmichael, Calif., 81-79--160
Jessica Shin, Mankato, Minn., 79-81--160
Dayna Burleigh, Horsham, Pa., 82-78--160
Joanne Lee, San Carlos, Calif., 83-77--160
Anne Fraser, Deerfield Beach, Fla., 79-81--160
Jennifer Gleason, Clearwater, Fla., 79-81--160
Miranda Smith, Lancaster, Ohio, 86-75--161
Tracy Welch, Winchester, Mass., 77-84--161
Stacy Dennis, Huntsville, Texas, 77-84--161
Kelly Cavanaugh, Palos Verdes, Calif., 80-82--162
Courtney Renfro, Altadena, Calif., 85-77--162
Cindy Shin, Belmont, Mass., 83-79--162
Juli Wightman, Chicopee, Mass., 81-81--162
Barbara Berkmeyer, St Louis, Mo., 80-82--162
Sarah Gilbert, Ankeny, Iowa, 84-79--163
Lisa McGill, Philadelphia, 80-83--163
Alison Curdt, St Louis, Mo., 83-80--163
Alexis Wooster, Winnetka, Ill., 77-86--163
Jaclyn Burch, St Louis, Mo., 84-80--164
Stacy Hilton, Lexington, N.C., 80-84--164
Kim Keyer-Scott, Cincinnati, 81-83--164
Amanda McConnell, Grand Blanc, Mich., 81-84--165
Heather Rose, Chillicothe, Ohio, 83-82--165
Astrid Gulesserian, Argentina, 87-78--165
Kelly Schaub, Greeley, Colo., 90-76--166
Molly Birmingham, Cornelius, N.C., 86-80--166
Laura Moore, Lake Forest, Ill., 81-85--166
Morgan Olds, Stamford, Conn., 85-81--166
Pam Brown, Landenberg, Pa., 81-86--167
Deborah Williams, Potomac, Md., 83-84--167
Cari Mozingo, Akron, Ohio, 84-83--167
Stacy Springer, North Oaks, Minn., 85-82--167
Robin Donnelley, Lake Forest, Ill., 86-83--169
Erica Bieniek, Scottville, Mich., 86-83--169
Sarah Thomas, Lubbock, Texas, 87-83--170
Michelle Doyle, La
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Fleetwood flawless en route to Abu Dhabi lead

By Will GrayJanuary 18, 2018, 2:06 pm

New year, same results for Tommy Fleetwood.

The reigning Race to Dubai champ picked up where he left off in the opening round of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, carding a bogey-free 66 during which the Englishman found all 18 greens in regulation. At 6 under, he shares the lead with Japan's Hideto Tanihara and sits one shot clear of five other players.

"Very stress-free. Played really well from start to finish," Fleetwood said. "Felt like I did what you need to do around this golf course, which is drive it well, hit your irons solid. You can't really be too greedy a lot of the time, and then sort of my pace putting was really good. So basically just did what you need to do to get a good score around this golf course, and I got one."

Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

Fleetwood shined in a marquee grouping that included world No. 1 Dustin Johnson and Rory McIlroy, as he birdied three holes on each nine. This is his first worldwide start since a T-3 finish at the Hero World Challenge.

It was at this event a year ago that Fleetwood sparked a career campaign, edging Johnson and Pablo Larrazabal for the win. He added another win at the French Open in the summer to go along with a pair of runner-up results and a T-4 finish at the U.S. Open, all of which helped him capture the European Tour's season-long title.

Fleetwood's sudden success in Abu Dhabi serves as a microcosm for his career resurgence. Prior to last year's victory, he had missed the cut in four of his five other trips to this event.

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Sergio starts season with 66 in Singapore

By Associated PressJanuary 18, 2018, 12:56 pm

SINGAPORE – Sergio Garcia opened his season with a 5-under 66 and a share of the clubhouse lead on Thursday in the first round of the weather-interrupted Singapore Open.

Playing his first tournament of the year, the Masters champion rebounded after making an early bogey to collect four birdies and an eagle at the Sentosa Golf Club.

He was later joined by American qualifier Kurt Kitayama in the clubhouse lead. Still on the course, Tirawat Kaewsiribandit was at 6 under through 16 holes when play was suspended for the day because of the threat of lightning.

Louis Oosthuizen, the 2010 Open champion, was at 5 under through 16 holes when he also had to stop his round because of the weather.

Of the players who did finish their opening rounds, only three were within two strokes of Garcia and Kitayama. One of them was Casey O'Toole, who aced the par-3 second with a 7-iron.

The 38-year-old Garcia dropped his only shot of the day on the par-4 15th, his sixth hole after teeing off on the back nine, when he missed the fairway and was unable to make par. But he made amends when he birdied the par-3 17th and then eagled the par-5 18th to go out in 33.

''I was 1 over after (the) seventh but it didn't feel like I was playing badly,'' said Garcia, who made birdies on each of the two par 5s and one of the par 3s on the second nine. ''But then I hit two greats in a row for holes 17 and 18. I got a birdie-eagle there, so that settled me a little bit and I could play solid in the back nine and it was a great round.''

Garcia made the shortlist for the Laureus Sports Awards in the Breakthrough of the Year category after claiming his first major at Augusta National last year and is hoping for more success this season.

He credits the Singapore Open as having played a part in toughening him up for his Masters win because he opted to start his 2017 campaign in the stifling humidity of Southeast Asia to prepare himself for the bigger tournaments ahead.

Although he finished tied for 11th in Singapore, Garcia won the Dubai Desert Classic the next week and was in peak form when he won the Masters two months later.

Kitayama only secured his place in the $1 million event on Monday by finishing at the top of the qualifying competition, but he made a strong start with birdies on three of his first five holes. The 25-year-old Thai was 6 under through 13 holes but spoiled his otherwise flawless round with a bogey on his last.

''I started with a birdie and I just let it roll from there. I had some good tee shots, which I think, is the biggest thing for this course,'' Kitayama said. ''I'm a little tired, but I'm hanging in there. Whenever I have time off, I'll try not to think too much about golf.''

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13-year-old beats DJ in closest-to-the-pin contest

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 18, 2018, 12:26 pm

Dustin Johnson didn’t just get beat by Tommy Fleetwood and Rory McIlroy on Day 1 of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship.

Even a 13-year-old got the best of the world No. 1.

Oscar Murphy teed off on the 177-yard 15th hole as part of the tournament’s Beat the Pro challenge during the opening round. The Northern Irishman, one of the HSBC’s Future Falcons, carved a 3-wood toward a back-right pin, about 25 feet away, closer than both Johnson and Fleetwood.

“An unbelievable shot,” Fleetwood said afterward, “and me and Rory both said, ‘We don’t have that in our locker.’”

Johnson still made par on the hole, but he mixed four birdies with four bogeys Thursday for an even-par 72 that left him six shots back of Fleetwood and Hideto Tanihara after the opening round.

Johnson, who tied for second here a year ago, is coming off a dominant performance at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, where he won by eight shots to strengthen his lead atop the world rankings. 

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McIlroy 'really pleased' with opening 69 in Abu Dhabi

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 18, 2018, 12:10 pm

It was an auspicious 2018 debut for Rory McIlroy.

Playing alongside world No. 1 Dustin Johnson for his first round since October, McIlroy missed only one green and shot a bogey-free 69 at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship. McIlroy is three shots back of reigning Race to Dubai champion Tommy Fleetwood, who played in the same group as McIlroy and Johnson, and Hideto Tanihara.

Starting on the back nine at Abu Dhabi Golf Club, McIlroy began with 11 consecutive pars before birdies on Nos. 3, 7 and 8.

Full-field scores from the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship

“I was excited to get going,” he told reporters afterward. “The last couple of months have been really nice in terms of being able to concentrate on things I needed to work on in my game and health-wise. I feel like I’m the most prepared for a season that I’ve ever been, but it was nice to get back out there.”

Fleetwood, the defending champion, raced out to another lead while McIlroy and Johnson, who shot 72, just tried to keep pace.

“Tommy played very well and I was just trying to hang onto his coattails for most of the round, so really pleased – bogey-free 69, I can’t really complain,” McIlroy said.

This was his first competitive round in more than three months, since a tie for 63rd at the Dunhill Links. He is outside the top 10 in the world ranking for the first time since 2014.