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LPGA Edition ‘Especial’ from Daly City
“Round Three at the MediHeal Championship”
In the North American Wild West . .
Dateline: Near the Top of the Hill Daly City for the Second Time in Three Years
(note due to loss of so-called ‘Swinging Skirts’ sponsor and the beginning of the tRump – Mikey Pence Administration, the LPGA was not able to stage an event near San Francisco during 2017 The first three rounds featured a pair of sisters from Florida. Their father made his mark on the world by raising his daughters to play golf while he professionally beat the likes of Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe. Their Mom was also a touring tennis professional
The Korda sisters hail from Manatee County along the west coast of Florida. They both made the cut again at this the sixth tournament of the LPGA season. Last weekend they played well in Los Angeles.
Nearly the leader in-the-clubhouse after 54 holes is Jessica. She currently has four more tour wins than Nelly. Her successes tallied high last season as Jessica Korda made the cut 19 times during 21 tournaments entered; she finished in the top ten four times (25 since 2011).
2017 was ‘O Nelly’s’ rookie season when she entered 23 tournaments and made the cut 19 of them. She did one better than her older sister by being among the top ten golfers in five tournaments. Nelly is almost 20 years old and has won over $500,000 already.
Younger sister, Nelly (pictured on the right) has shot consecutive rounds of 72 – 70 – 75. Her total score places her in a tie for 38th with 18 holes to play on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Jennifer has scored rounds of 68 – 67 – 73 and was the tournament leader after the second round played on Friday. She’ll likely play the final round in the final pairing with current leader Australian Lydia Ko.
Lydia Ko is currently holding the lead (-9) after starting the third round in fourth place.
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