Friday, August 13, 2010

Livin' Large on the Futures Tour

Catch the 1st episode of DFT Cribs, a T-Joh production:

A bogey-bogey finish today in Richmond forced Joh to accept a 71, which puts her 5 shots behind the LPGA's Reilley Rankin, who played a bogey-free round. South African Melissa Eaton-Jackson stayed smokin' hot after the long drive from Harrisburg, opening with a 6-birdie 67, while Jennifer Song is 2 off the pace after a 7-birdie 68.

Lisa Mickey is back behind the computer and fills us in on Rankin's round--and much more. She doesn't mention that Hannah Yun didn't start this tournament after withdrawing with an injury on the 1st day of the Harrisburg event. Hope she's ok!

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