ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — Minjee Lee cost herself a top-10 finish last week when she failed to sign her scorecard. It was quite a gaffe, obviously, but it didn't change the fact that the 20-year-old from Australia was playing pretty well. "Obviously, it was my fault," Lee said. "I played good last week and I know my game's there." Lee shot a 6-under 66 on Friday and finished the second round two strokes behind leader Sung Hyun Park at the LPGA Volvik Championship. Park shot a 65 to enter the weekend at 12 under. Lee and Suzann Pettersen (67) were tied for second. "I feel pretty comfortable out there," said Lee, a three-time winner on the LPGA Tour. "I mean, I was having fun out there and kept it
STERLING, Va. — On the green at the 11th hole, golf stars John Daly and Rocco Mediate sized up their opening tournament putts. Nearby, a Golf Channel crew swung its cameras into place. And a pack of spectators lined up to watch. It looked like an ordinary day on the professional golf circuit — except this scene was playing out on a course in suburban Washington owned by the president of the United States. The tournament that opened Thursday at Trump National Golf Club represents a milestone in a strategy that has propelled golf to the center of the Trump family’s fortune. As the first PGA tournament held at one of Donald Trump’s courses since he moved into the White House, the coveted event also
Jon Rahm was at Colonial during tournament week each of the past two years to accept the Ben Hogan Award that goes to the nation's top college golfer. With his 4-under 66 on Thursday, Rahm was a stroke behind first-round leaders Kelly Kraft, Derek Fathauer and PGA Tour rookie J.T. Poston.