Friday, May 22, 2009

Corning Classic Thursday: Hee Young Park and Karine Icher Go Lowest, But 51 Within 5 of Them

The Constructivist Family is heading out to Japan in a couple of hours, but thought I'd quickly note that the expected fireworks at the Corning Classic came early and often. For overviews, see and Hound Dog. Be sure to check out the interviews. Otherwise you wouldn't find out tidbits like Sunday is co-leader Hee Young Park's birthday. Even John Kekis, one of AP's best writers on women's golf, missed that one.

With all the interesting scorecards to feature, I'll choose 1 and update from the airport: In-Kyung Kim started on the back and birdied 5 of her 1st 8 holes before double bogeying the 18th; then she went bogey-eagle-bogey-double-birdie-par-birdie-bogey-birdie. That's 3 birdies, 3 bogeys, 1 eagle, 1 double, and 1 par, for those counting from home!

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