Speech to Text for Lee, Morard share first-round lead at U.S. Women’s Amateur
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open. 20 years later, the course is hosting another usga event, the u.s. women's amateur. 156 golfers from around the world are competing. the first two rounds are stroke play before the field is cut to 64 for match play. 119th edition of the u.s. women's amateur. the tee times were pushed back one hour after sunday's rain, but that didn't hurt lauren hartlage. she's a rising senior at the university of louisville. third time hartlage has played in this championship, and she's four-under after one round. the magnolia state is represented in the field by mississippi state's ashley gilliam and conner beth ball of ole miss. ball's family lives in starkville, so they're watching her play, and her caddie is her coach at ole miss, kory henkes. ball was just nine months old when the u.s. women's open was at old waverly. ball shot a six-over 78 in round one. come out and support me." "waverly is what i consider home, it's where i grew up playing golf, i love it. we have a college event out here, and i've played countless tournaments, so, it's really just nice to be able to have a hometown feel, and have my family and friends come out and support me." that's sports. more news after this. we will continue to see isolated to