China's Feng leads after weather-affected opening day at US Women's Open
Jul 15 2017 by Lorena Waters
"Wave to me, man!" one shouted.
USA Today columnist Christine Brennan again tried to make herself the story by hounding female golfers about Trump-just like she did to Rory McIlroy at the Masters.
Midway through the championship, with the USGA having received favorable feedback from players about the course and how they've been treated, Davis defended the decision to hold the event at Trump Bedminster.
China's Feng Shanshan shrugged off the effects of jet lag to fire a six-under 66 for the lead in the weather-disrupted opening round of the US Women's Open at Trump National on Thursday. Just rolled right through, and that's 20 minutes of sleep I could have used. On the par-5 18th, she made an 8-footer for birdie, after hitting her drive left and into the rough.
Spectators have applauded and have their photo taken when he appeared at the window to greet them, and the organizers have had to claim the silence to not disturb the players.
"I'm very nervous because it is my first time to the United States".
On the 15th, Trump took over the stage. And asked if she could tell which direction the crowds were looking, Thompson told reporters, "not toward the golf".
"We must be pretty famous", she said with a laugh.
"My shots were good and I made a lot of good calls on my club selection", said Miyazato, whose best showing in the U.S. Women's Open is sixth place in 2009 and 2011. "I don't think I'd be electable, anyways".
Feng was playing in the group behind Henderson. Her supporters were ecstatic after her putts on the 17th and 18th.
"Now that's my kind of tournament!", I said to myself, echoing the sentiments of many other golf fans who are sick of the nonsense that the 2016 Presidential Election spawned.
"We're here to play a major championship hosted by the USGA", said Kang, who grew up in California.
During her junior golf career, Wagner was a five-time Rolex All-American. It is four miles east of the front entrance to the golf course.
The first round of the 2017 U.S. Women's Open at Trump National has been suspended because of darkness.
Feng has been searching for her second major victory for a long time. Some people didn't know it was going on. And then there was 2010, when he opened with a 60 and still wasn't the best score Paul Goydos shot 59.
While there were no visible protestors at the course on Friday, at least one activist group has announced its plans to protest on Saturday, News 12 New Jersey reports. She shot a 73 on Thursday and stopped on her second hole the next day. Putting is really working. I didn't hit a single golf ball since KPMG.
Yang has four top-five finishes in this event in the past five years.