Feng Leads U.S. Women’s Open

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Shanshan Feng’s 6-under 66 is her first round in the 60s in 33 U.S. Women’s Open rounds played.
Amy Yang (5-under 67) is in second place at the conclusion of play on Thursday. When first-round play concludes on Friday morning, it will mark the fourth consecutive year she has been in the top-10 after 18 holes in the U.S. Women’s Open.
Lydia Ko had 24 putts in her opening 4-under 68. That is the fewest number of putts she has recorded 21 U.S. Women’s Open rounds. Ko led the field in putting during…

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