“Worst Day” is Nellico…On the first day of the U.S. Women’s Open, 10 over par, until watching Septuple

May 31, 2024 | by

Nelly Koda of the U.S., world No. 1 in women’s golf, made a fatal mistake on the first day of the U.S. Women’s Open, a major tournament, and recorded the worst score.

Koda made three birdies in the first round of the Lancaster Country Club (par 70) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, on the 31st (Korea time), but made six bogeys and even “septuous bogeys” to hit a 10-over 80.

As a result, Koda, who has been leading the world with six wins this season, is currently tied for 140th and has to worry about failing to make the cut.

Koda started the game at Hole 10, and made a bogey from the beginning, before making a triple bogey at Hole 3. “Sceptible bogey” is seven more strokes than the prescribed number of strokes.

Koda’s tee shot went into a bunker behind the green. Koda put the ball on the green with a bunker shot but rolled into the penalty area on the other side. Koda’s fourth shot, which was one penalty shot, went into the water. Koda’s shot fell into the water two more times afterwards. Due to repeated mistakes, Koda even collapsed by covering her head.

In the end, Koda put the ball on the green in his eighth shot and finished the long 12th hole with two putts. 메이저놀이터

After that, Koda made bogeys on the 15th and 17th holes (par 4) and lost 10 strokes in the first half alone.

In the second half, Koda made three birdies, but he also made three bogeys, failing to reduce the number of strokes and staying at the bottom of the table, making it impossible to guarantee the cut.


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