US Women's Open: Shanshan Feng leads as bad weather delays first round

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Kiwi golfer Lydia Ko makes promising start to US Women's Open

On the course, and in the media center. But Mother Nature killed Lopez's momentum as she returned to the course with a bogey and double bogey to fall back to 2-under par and had to return to the course Friday morning to complete her round.

Feng took it relatively easy after arriving in Bedminster, limiting herself to nine holes of practice on Tuesday and Wednesday while spending extra time on her putting.

The first round of the 2017 U.S. Women's Open at Trump National has been suspended because of darkness. "I just need to play good golf for four days".

Her performance earned Alex a trip to the media center - where only contenders go. "That's something that I've been working on really hard over the last few years". She is a 15-year-old sophomore at St. Agnes Academy in Memphis who earned her spot in this event by finishing second in a qualifying event last month.

The low 60 scores and ties will make the cut for the final two rounds of the $5 million tournament.

Protests were expected outside the highly secured grounds and the US Golf Association is under fire for failing to move the richest event in women's golf over Trump's controversial remarks about women during his presidential campaign.

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President Trump sat in one of more than a dozen black SUVs that rolled through the gate into the 500-acre grounds as the 156-player field were deep into the second round on a rainy day in New Jersey's horse country. She played her last four holes and part of a fifth on Thursday following the delay.

No matter how the rest of this weekend plays out for Heck, she's already put the rest of the LPGA on notice. The 27-year-old from China was still a shot in front after playing her first nine in the second round in 1 under. "I am going to take a really long nap when I get back to my house". She and 38 others will return to the course Friday morning to resume play before beginning the second round. This past year with the Blue Devils Maguire, from Ireland, won two Golfweek/AmateurGolf.com Rankings titles, the ACC Championship and LSU Tiger Golf Classic. "Two birdies back-to-back and not bogeys today, which is great". "When somebody in your group is playing good, I think it just kind of sets a tone for the day".

The 2016 Olympic bronze medalist didn't hit a bogey on Thursday. On the par-5 18th, she made an 8-footer for birdie, after hitting her drive left and into the rough. Her supporters were ecstatic after her putts on the 17th and 18th.

Ko revealed she was fortunate to be paired with eventual leader Feng, as she could feed off her momentum. "It's been quite a chaotic 24 hours".

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