Stephanie Meadow Leads the Volunteers of America Classic

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( — October 5, 2019) — Colony, TX (AP) – Stephanie Meadow put five straight birdies on the front nine and a career-best 8-under 63 in Hot and Humid conditions on Thursday to take the first-round lead at the LPGA Tour’s Volunteers of America Classic Of shooting.

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“Sticky. I’m very hot, but it was a very nice day.” I hit the ball very well, planted really well, so it’s a good start. “

For the win of their first tour, the 27-year-old former University of Alabama player from Northern Ireland started Bird Run at par-5 and moved to par-5 sixth in old American golf in the summer in the mid-90s club.

“I made three medium-length guys in a row and then made two very good shots in the next two holes,” Meadow said. “So, put a little bit and a little bit of really good ball striking. But it’s been a long time since I’ve put five in a row, which was fun. You don’t want to stop after putting three in a row, you want to keep going. “

Meadow also scored in the bogie-free afternoon round, par-5 13th, par-4 15th and par-3 16th. At 112th on the money list, he needs a top finish to avoid a trip to the qualifying series.

“It’s been a very tough year, but I’ve been playing well for the last few months, so I just feel like I can have a good week,” Meadow said. “I have nothing to lose. I’m just going to move out there and, make smart choices in life. I’m not going to be stupid offensive, but give myself some opportunities. I believe in myself and will see what happens afterwards. “

Dory Carter and Amy Olson finished second at 65.

Carter made the first four holes on nine from behind, and then returned from a double bogey on the 15th from a birdie at 16h and birdie from the par-4 17 late in the afternoon. The 32-year-old former Mississippi University player is also not the winner on this tour.

“It was definitely a roller-coaster, especially the rear nine, but it was fun,” Carter said. “I had some big puts that hit the pin, and it’s good that it hit the pin. Like a day that the way things are falling, they are always like falling in your favor. You just have to enjoy it. I think I learned late in my career that it doesn’t happen very often in those days. I get some laughs and then I actually fight after a bad hole. So, it was a very emotional phase, up and down, but still, it was a blast. “