Women's Open. The year-old from New Jersey made back-to-back birdies on the back nine to take sole possession of the lead before making bogey on the 18th hole to end the day in a tie with Mel Reid on the Lake Course at the Olympic Club. Ganne became the first amateur to lead after a round at the women's Open since Jane Park did it after one round at Newport Country Club in Ganne needed a playoff last month to qualify for her second career U. Open but felt much more comfortable once she got here than she did two years ago when she missed the cut. I felt like I could come here and just play my game instead of soaking that all in. She did just that up the road from Stanford, where she plans to go to college after graduating high school next year. She birdied three of the first eight holes and made three more on the back nine to overcome a pair of bogeys.
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Thanks for contacting us. We've received your submission. The year-old amateur has more pressing business this weekend at the U. Ganne followed up a strong opening round by shooting an even-par 71 in the second round at the Olympic Club on Friday and heads into the weekend two shots off the pace set by fellow teenager Yuka Saso. The high school junior from Holmdel, N. Ganne hopes that will buy her some extra time on that calculus homework, and a shoutout on Twitter from New Jersey governor Phil Murphy could help her cause. Jeongeun Lee6, the champion from South Korea, birdied three of her final four holes to shoot 67 and finish one shot behind Saso at the Lake Course. American Megan Khang birdied the par-5 17th to get into a tie for third with Ganne at 4 under. Ganne, who needed a playoff just to qualify for her second U.
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