AIG Women’s Open is underway as Dame Laura Davies led us off at 6.30am, with southerly
winds of up to 35mph causing a few problems for the world-class field. Early brutal
conditions ensured that the first seven holes are playing directly into the
wind and there was an hour of play before we had our first birdie, courtesy of
Alena Sharp at the par five 4th hole.
Pogacar received a welcome early alarm when America’s Jessica Korda withdrew
this morning due to medical reasons, unrelated to Covid-19, and took her place
in the field at 7.36am alongside Gemma Dryburgh and Caroline Masson. Making the
most of her second appearance, Pogacar is level par as she makes the turn, only
one shot off the lead.
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