Round 2 FAQs: U.S. Women’s Open


Round Two of the U.S. Women’s Open at CordeValle is in the books. Sung Hyun Park is your leader at 8-under par.

Here are your Frequently Asked Questions for Round Two of the U.S. Women’s Open.

1. Who had the best round today?

Leader Sung Hyun Park and Lydia Ko both shot 6-under 66s, dropping 7 birdies each. These were the best rounds of the day.

2. What was the key for Ko’s round today?

Ko rebounded in round two and now finds herself near the top of the leaderboard at 5-under. The key stretch for Ko were holes 3 through 8, going Birdie-Birdie-Birdie-Birdie-Par-Birdie. A stretch like that will get you back in the game.

3. How did the other members of the Big 3 do today?

Better than Thursday, but not great. Lexi Thompson shot a 1-over par 73, while Brooke Henderson carded a 1-under. Both made the cut, but are at 3-over, and tied for 48th.

4. Who were some of the big names that didn’t make the cut?

Michelle Wie’s slump continues. The 2014 U.S. Women’s Open winner shot 2-over today, and finished at 5-over for the two rounds. Se-Ri Park struggled badly today as well, and ended up at 9-over, in what is likely her last Open.

5. Who had the worst round of the day?

A 13-over 85 by amateur Anna Hack was the worst of the day.



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