NORMAN — Oklahoma women’s golfing is in fourth place immediately after the opening working day at the Moon Golfing Invitational in Melbourne, Fla. The Sooners carded a 291 (+3) in the initial round of the 2019 season and responded with a 280 (-8) in the afternoon at the 6,262-garden, par-72 Duran Golfing Club.
OU enhanced 11 photographs in the second round on Monday to carry the team’s 36-gap score to 571 (-5). The Sooners are two strokes out of the lead as Louisville prospects the discipline with a 36-gap score of 569 (-7).
“Currently was a rollercoaster for us as a crew,” stated OU assistant mentor Ryan Sirman. “We observed a good deal of fantastic matters occur but also made our share of mental mistakes as very well. Even so no 1 is fantastic in this video game and so your constantly going to fave adversity. The girls showed their toughness and want to battle again. It would have been quick for them to stop on them selves and say oh very well today just wasn’t my working day. In its place they designed their personal magic and tuned it all-around and now have an chance to go earn a golfing match tomorrow. Pretty proud of them.”
Freshman Libby Winans is tied for initial place immediately after firing a 69 (-3) then a 67 (-5) for a put together score of 136 (-8) by two rounds. Winans recorded 10 birdies through the working day.
Senior Julienne Soo is 1 shot out of the major 10, tied for 12th place with a 143 (-1).
Sophomore Kaitlin Milligan and redshirt-sophomore Sydney Youngblood both opened the match with a three-over 75 and responded with a 71 (-1) in their second rounds.
Senior Karen Arimoto is tied for 64th with a 151 (+7).
The Sooners compete in the final round Tuesday at 8 a.m. CT with a shotgun begin. Reside scoring is out there on GolfStat.com.