Congratulations to In-Kyung Kim, who made 4 birdies in her 1st 8 holes today at the ISPS Handa Ladies Masters to get to -18 and parred her last 10 straight to ice her 1st LET victory since 2009 and 1st on any major tour since winning the Lorena Ochoa Invitational in 2010. And congratulations to Stephanie Meadow, who continues to impress in her 1st month as a professional; this time, she fired a bogey-free 63 to catch Lee-Anne Pace and Caroline Masson at -11, just 2 shots behind 2nd-place finisher Nikki Campbell.
Amelia Lewis was low American at -10, tied with Ariya Jutanugarn, Sarah Kemp, Stacy Lee Bregman, and Vikki Laing. Matching the 67s by Campbell and Jutanugarn today was American Hannah Jun, who caught Minjee Lee and Amy Boulden at -9. Other notables included Charley Hull and Gwladys Nocera at -8, defending champion Karrie Webb at -5, Su-Hyun Oh at -2, Cheyenne Woods at -1, Sophie Gustafson at E, Laura Davies at +5, and Lorie Kane at +8.
Let's hope this is a sign of things to come for Inky--especially at Royal Birkdale next week!