The previous record of 8-under-par 63 was established by
Here’s how all the 63s fared:
- Williams followed her record second-round with scores of 78 and 75 to tie for 12th.
- Sarah Lee followed her first-day 63 in 2008 with rounds of 68, 72 and 74 and tied for third, two shots out of the playoff between Jee Young Lee and eventual winner Suzann Pettersen.
- Jee Young Lee’s 63 came during the third round and gave her a four-shot lead over Pettersen. But her 1-over 72 Sunday dropped her into the playoff.
- Mhairi McKay opened with a 63 in 2008, but subsequent rounds of 77, 73, and 72 relegated her to a 50th-place tie.
- Shi Hyun Ahn’s record-equalizer came during the final round in 2008 and vaulted her into a 12th-place tie.
- Song-Hee Kim and Kerr shot Friday 63s in 2009. Kerr followed with a 66 and 70 to win by two strokes. Kim’s weekend 68 and 71 left her tied for third, three behind Kerr.
Change of heart
Azahara Munoz, who finished Thursday’s first round at 6-under 65, said she considered skipping the Kingsmill Championship to have a two-week break heading into the Women’s
“I think I said that to
For less than five minutes, Kristy McPherson was leading — at least according to the online live scoreboard at lpga.com.
McPherson suddenly was shown as the leader at 7-under. She had been at 3-under. The real-time scoring showed her with a hole-in-one on the 473-yard, par-5 15th.
Turns out McPherson shot par to stay at 3-under.
The leaderboard was updated within minutes of the error. McPherson finished 1-under 70.