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Australian Minjee Lee takes 1-stroke lead at LPGA tournament


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Australian Minjee Lee takes 1-stro-ke lead at LPGA tournament

BUSAN, South Korea (AP) – Minjee Lee overcame altering climate circumstances at the Buick Ladies Championship to take a one-stro-ke lead with a bogey-free 6-under 66 after the primary spherical of the LPGA tournament in South Korea.

“Sometime we had sunshine, wind, rain … we had a little bit of everything today,” the 23-year-old Australian mentioned Thursday underneath an umbrella at the tip of her spherical because the showers endured. “But whenever I had to make up-and-downs, I was able to get up-and-down.”

Danielle Kang, who gained final week’s tournament at Shanghai, was in a bunch tied for second with Jin Young Ko, Jeongeun Lee6 and Seung Yeon Lee on the LPGA International Busan course.

Minjee Lee birdied three of her opening 9 holes and added three extra birdies on her remaining 9.

Kang continued her robust play, carding her second consecutive bogey-free spherical.



“I stayed really patient today. I knew there were a lot of birdie opportunities but a lot of mistakes that could happen,” mentioned Kang, whose final bogey got here on the second gap of her third spherical in Shanghai. “I didn’t at-tack a lot of pins – not like me – but I just tried to hit the fairways, the greens, and try to keep dry.”

Ko and Lee6 additionally went bogey-free on Thursday whereas Seung Yeon Lee, enjoying in simply her second LPGA Tour occasion, made one bogey to go along with 4 birdies and an eagle at No. 18. Seven gamers have been tied for sixth at four underneath, together with Shanshan Feng.

“Somehow when I play in the wind, I’m actually more focused and more patient,” mentioned Feng. “Especially we knew that it was going to rain today, so we prepared. We brought our rain gear, umbrella, and extra towels to try to keep ourselves dry. So I think overall, I did a pretty good job.”

Lydia Ko and Nelly Korda every shot 69, her sister Jessica Korda 71 and Morgan Pressel and Paula Creamer had opening 74s.

It’s the second cease on the LPGA Tour’s Asian swing. There are tournaments in Taiwan and Japan over the subsequent two weeks.

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