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17-year-old Jutanugarn leads LPGA at Kingsmill

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    Postato: 22 Ago 2013 alle 10:55am

Ariya Jutanugarn was in attack mode all day at the Kingsmill Championship - and it paid off.

The 17-year-old Thai player birdied six of the first seven holes Thursday and wholesale golf equipment was 8 under after 14 holes thanks to a radar-like short iron game that left her with short putt after short putt.

"Today, I made a lot of shots," she said.

She only missed a few, all on the par-3 17th when she pulled her tee shot to the left, chunked her downhill approach short of the green, putted from the fringe well past the hole and missed the comebacker.

The double bogey took her out of contention for tying the course record of 62, TaylorMade R11 Irons but she rebounded nicely with a birdie at the finishing hole, capping a round with nine birdies and the double bogey.

On a day when the course remained wet from rain earlier in the week, the players were allowed to lift, clean and place their balls, and the scores reflected it with 56 players finishing below par.

Cristie Kerr, the only two-time winner in the tour's eight previous visits to the River Course, TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons had six birdies and one bogey and was alone in second after a 66. So Yeon Ryu and Dewi Claire Schreefel shot 67, and top-ranked Inbee Park, coming off a victory last weekend, second-ranked Stacy Lewis and former winner Suzann Pettersen were among 14 at 68.

For Jutanugarn, who said she was hitting the ball so close all day that the longest putt she had to make was from about 15 feet, bouncing back seems to be fast becoming part of her golf education.

Earlier this season, Jutanugarn took a two-shot lead into the final hole at the LPGA Thailand, TaylorMade RocketBallZ RBZ Fairway Woods and her aggressive style burned her. She went for the par-5 green in two and hit her second shot into a bunker, where it was embedded and she had to take a drop. She then overshot the green and finished with a three-putt triple bogey to lose by a shot.

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