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Round 4 - Nomura wins Texas Shootout after 6 hole playoff

April 30, 2017

High winds again made conditions difficult for players in the final round of the Volunteers of America Shootout leading to only two rounds under par for the day. Haru Nomura started the day with a two shot lead over amateur Eun Jeon Seong and Cristie Kerr and at one point was leading by five. However, she was 5-over par 76 after regulation leaving her tied with Kerr who shot 3-over.

Both players had their chances at winning during the 6 hole playoff but were unable to and parred the 18th five times in a row before a great approach on the sixth try gave Nomura the win.

“I'm so happy to win again. I'm so excited,” said Nomura before reaffirming how much she'd enjoyed the tough conditions all week.

Kerr, with a win and a playoff loss in her last two starts, said she was happy with her game..

“I had a great comeback to even get into the playoff,” said Kerr. “I had her on that second playoff hole when I was behind the green, and I just made an error and you can't do that in playoffs. You have to take advantage of when you have the chance, and I didn't do that, so I lost.”

Only one other player, Jessica Korda, finished under par for the tournament coming in at 1-under.

Pos. Player Scores Total To Par Prize Money
1 Haru Nomura 68 - 65 - 72 - 76 281 -3 $195,000.00
2 Cristie Kerr 68 - 69 - 70 - 74 281 -3 $118,382.00
3 Jessica Korda 68 - 70 - 72 - 73 283 -1 $85,878.00

Click here for full scores & prize money.

Round 3 - Nomura holds on to lead on windy day

April 29, 2017

The wind on Saturday played havoc with players, only five shot under par. Haru Nomura kept her lead and heads into the final round two shots ahead of amateur Eun Jeong Seon, Cristie Kerr and Inbee Park. Nomura shot a 1-over-par 72 after an unfortunate double-bogey on the 17th but she enjoyed the windy conditions.

“Windy (is) easy,” she said. “I like windy and tough conditions, from fairway to green. I love it.”

Eun Jeong Seon played 2-under par for share of second place. Four amateurs have won on the LPGA Tour so far, the latest was Lydia Ko in 2013.

“I thought just even par is just so good, but I started birdie-birdie, which is why I played very easy today,” said Seong. “Very tough (playing) No's 15, 16, 17 because of the wind, but I made par and then birdie on my last (two holes). I feel good.”

Cristie Kerr is in position to get back-to-back wins this weeks with her 1-under 70 putting her in second place.

“God I played really hard today,” said Kerr. “It would have been nice to make a few more putts but standing on the first tee, anything under par you would have taken it. It was a really difficult day.”

Inbee Park had a tough day on Saturday with the wind but is focussing on winning for the third time in Texas.

“I think the forecast is still pretty bad tomorrow, so I think it just really depends on the weather, whether I should go really aggressive to the pins or try to give myself a putt at it,” she said. “With these windy conditions, I think it's good to have (options). Two or three-under is a good score with these conditions, but when the wind dies down I think you can go pretty low, so the strategy kind of changes.”

Lydia Ko has withdrawn due to an eye infection likely caused by an allergy to pollen that she has been suffering from all week according to her agent Michael Kim.

Paula Creamer also withdrew Friday due to illness.

 

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Haru Nomura
-8
68
65
72
205
T2
Eun Jeong Seong (a)
-6
69
69
69
207
T2
Cristie Kerr
-6
68
69
70
207
T2
Inbee Park
-6
69
67
71
207
5
Stacy Lewis
-5
71
71
66
208
T6
Sung Hyun Park
-3
67
72
71
210
T6
Jessica Korda
-3
68
70
72
210
T6
Angela Stanford
-3
68
69
73
210
T6
Moriya Jutanugarn
-3
70
66
74
210
T6
Ariya Jutanugarn
-3
67
67
76
210

Round 2 - Haru Nomura takes the lead in Texas

April 28, 2017

Haru Nomura shot a 6-under 65 to take the lead in Texas, in spite of two bogeys, one shot ahead of Ariya Jutanugarn.

“My mind was very calm today. It was windy, but I like windy and tough conditions,” said Nomura. “I putted well and shot pretty good today.”

Ariya and her sister Moriya were briefly tied but Ariya's 4-under 67 led to her second place while Moriya shot 66 to finish the day tied for fourth.

“Pretty good day today,” said Ariya. “I hit the ball pretty good on my front nine, made some putts today.”

Moriya still had a good day as she notched a hole-in-one on the 13th, her second ace of the year after the Kia Classic.

“I can hit it pretty straight, so it should usually be pretty close,” she said of her approaches. “It was lucky, but it was also a good shot.”

Jessica Korda and her sister Nelly are both tied at 4-under (12th) and were almost paired together for Saturday.

“We raise each other's game,” said Nelly of playing on the same tour as Jessica. “It's great to have her out here and I'm really excited, and looking forward to the rest of the season.”

Nelly is playing well in her rookie year with six cuts so far this year.

“I am very comfortable out here. Having my sister out here too helps a lot, and knowing a couple of the girls,” said Korda. “Just being comfortable out here is definitely a huge part of why I'm playing so well.”

Pos.
Player
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Haru Nomura
-9
68
65
133
2
Ariya Jutanugarn
-8
67
67
134
3
Suzann Pettersen
-7
70
65
135
T4
Moriya Jutanugarn
-6
70
66
136
T4
Inbee Park
-6
69
67
136
T4
Marina Alex
-6
67
69
136
T7
Charley Hull
-5
71
66
137
T7
Cristie Kerr
-5
68
69
137
T7
Angela Stanford
-5
68
69
137
T7
Mi Jung Hur
-5
65
72
137

Round 1 - Mi Jung Hur tops packed leaderboard

April 27, 2017

Mi Jung Hur fired an opening 6-under 65 on a windy Thursday to take the lead ahead of eight players tied for second place.

Hur says the unpredictable winds made it very hard for players.

“The winds are swirling every hole, so it (gave) me a little bit of a headache.”

Ariya Jutanugarn is one of the players tied for second place.

“I hit the ball pretty good today. I just didn't make a putt on the front nine, but I started making putts on the back nine.”

Jutanugarn could take Lydia Ko's place in the Rolex Rankings this week if she wins and Ko finishes outside the top seven.

“I didn't try to think about that,” she admitted. “I just feel like it's more important for me to have fun and be happy on the course.”

Ko finished round 1 tied in 32nd place at 1-under 70. She addressed questions about her swing changes and changing caddies.

“I mean obviously the number of caddies I've had is not a small number. With every person I felt like I've learned a lot. My first year I technically didn't fire a caddie. Being your rookie year, you don't -- I don't even know exactly what I want and what I need in a caddie,” said Ko. “Obviously I'm trying to figure out exactly what I want, and I've realized how big a personality is kind of big for me, especially because I'm not really loud and I never get so high or low when I don't play well. I kind of felt like I needed somebody that would say, hey, it's okay, we can make birdie on the next hole, or we can bring it back the next round. I kind of need somebody with a little bit more positive kind of thing and more of that kind of nice confident energy. That's what I was looking for and hopefully that will happen.”

She has been working on her rhythm with new coach Gary Gilchrist.

"I try and do it as simple as possible. Gary's been giving me a lot of drills that I'm doing, without thinking about which position to put, you know, my arms or whatever in. That way it becomes less technical. And when I'm on the road, if something doesn't feel right, I know what to go back to and what drill to do. I think that's a really good thing going forward because I can't, you know, have my coach with me every single time,” she explained. “When I come off the golf course, take a swing and send it to Gary. So I think the drills have been really good.”

Pos. Player
To Par
R1
1 Mi Jung Hur
-6
65
T2 Katherine Kirk
-4
67
T2 Michelle Wie
-4
67
T2 Sung Hyun Park
-4
67
T2 Sandra Changkija
-4
67
T2 Ariya Jutanugarn
-4
67
T2 Marina Alex
-4
67
T2 Jennifer Song
-4
67

Scores

Pos. Player Scores Total To Par Prize Money
1 Haru Nomura 68 - 65 - 72 - 76 281 -3 $195,000.00
2 Cristie Kerr 68 - 69 - 70 - 74 281 -3 $118,382.00
3 Jessica Korda 68 - 70 - 72 - 73 283 -1 $85,878.00
4 Sung Hyun Park 67 - 72 - 71 - 74 284 E $66,433.00
5T Eun-Hee Ji 68 - 73 - 74 - 70 285 1 $41,481.00
5T Angel Yin 74 - 67 - 72 - 72 285 1 $41,481.00
5T Minjee Lee 68 - 70 - 74 - 73 285 1 $41,481.00
5T Mi Jung Hur 65 - 72 - 74 - 74 285 1 $41,481.00
9T Amy Yang 68 - 71 - 78 - 69 286 2 $25,520.00
9T Charley Hull 71 - 66 - 77 - 72 286 2 $25,520.00
9T So Yeon Ryu 74 - 69 - 68 - 75 286 2 $25,520.00
9T Ariya Jutanugarn 67 - 67 - 76 - 76 286 2 $25,520.00
13T Brittany Lang 73 - 68 - 73 - 73 287 3 $19,444.00
13T Jane Park 72 - 71 - 70 - 74 287 3 $19,444.00
13T Michelle Wie 67 - 73 - 71 - 76 287 3 $19,444.00
13T Inbee Park 69 - 67 - 71 - 80 287 3 $19,444.00
17T Mel Reid 73 - 66 - 77 - 72 288 4 $15,815.00
17T Lexi Thompson 69 - 72 - 73 - 74 288 4 $15,815.00
17T Jacqui Concolino 69 - 69 - 75 - 75 288 4 $15,815.00
17T Stacy Lewis 71 - 71 - 66 - 80 288 4 $15,815.00
21T Brooke M. Henderson 74 - 71 - 71 - 73 289 5 $13,365.00
21T Amelia Lewis 68 - 72 - 75 - 74 289 5 $13,365.00
21T Joanna Klatten 72 - 69 - 73 - 75 289 5 $13,365.00
21T Katherine Kirk 67 - 73 - 74 - 75 289 5 $13,365.00
21T Moriya Jutanugarn 70 - 66 - 74 - 79 289 5 $13,365.00
26T Alena Sharp 70 - 74 - 70 - 76 290 6 $11,472.00
26T Suzann Pettersen 70 - 65 - 78 - 77 290 6 $11,472.00
26T Annie Park 72 - 68 - 72 - 78 290 6 $11,472.00
29T Marina Alex 67 - 69 - 81 - 74 291 7 $10,176.00
29T Danielle Kang 73 - 68 - 74 - 76 291 7 $10,176.00
29T Gerina Piller 69 - 71 - 75 - 76 291 7 $10,176.00
32T Thidapa Suwannapura 72 - 73 - 72 - 75 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Brittany Lincicome 75 - 69 - 73 - 75 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Morgan Pressel 75 - 69 - 73 - 75 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Christina Kim 72 - 72 - 73 - 75 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Lindy Duncan 70 - 70 - 76 - 76 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Dori Carter 76 - 63 - 77 - 76 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Jodi Ewart Shadoff 71 - 72 - 71 - 78 292 8 $8,158.00
32T Jenny Shin 71 - 72 - 71 - 78 292 8 $8,158.00
40T Karine Icher 71 - 69 - 76 - 77 293 9 $6,482.00
40T Nelly Korda 70 - 68 - 77 - 78 293 9 $6,482.00
40T Chella Choi 68 - 71 - 73 - 81 293 9 $6,482.00
40T Eun Jeong Seong 69 - 69 - 69 - 86 293 9 $0.00
44T Sun Young Yoo 69 - 74 - 74 - 77 294 10 $5,725.00
44T Sarah Jane Smith 69 - 71 - 76 - 78 294 10 $5,725.00
44T Pornanong Phatlum 69 - 71 - 75 - 79 294 10 $5,725.00
47T Cydney Clanton 73 - 70 - 74 - 79 296 12 $5,217.00
47T Gaby Lopez 69 - 74 - 74 - 79 296 12 $5,217.00
49T Jennifer Song 67 - 76 - 74 - 80 297 13 $4,731.00
49T Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 69 - 71 - 76 - 81 297 13 $4,731.00
49T Marissa Steen 69 - 71 - 73 - 84 297 13 $4,731.00
52 Brooke Pancake 73 - 68 - 75 - 82 298 14 $4,408.00
53 Angela Stanford 68 - 69 - 73 - 89 299 15 $4,278.00
CUT Shanshan Feng 72 - 73 - 73 218 5 $3,953.00
CUT Giulia Molinaro 73 - 70 - 75 218 5 $3,953.00
CUT Kris Tamulis 71 - 72 - 75 218 5 $3,953.00
CUT Mirim Lee 69 - 74 - 75 218 5 $3,953.00
CUT Azahara Munoz 73 - 72 - 74 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Mo Martin 71 - 74 - 74 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Mika Miyazato 71 - 73 - 75 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Sandra Changkija 67 - 76 - 76 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Laura Gonzalez Escallon 71 - 71 - 77 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Amy Anderson 69 - 71 - 79 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Candie Kung 69 - 71 - 79 219 6 $3,296.00
CUT Mina Harigae 74 - 71 - 75 220 7 $2,884.00
CUT Anna Nordqvist 73 - 72 - 75 220 7 $2,884.00
CUT Olafia Kristinsdottir 74 - 67 - 79 220 7 $2,884.00
CUT Wei-Ling Hsu 72 - 69 - 79 220 7 $2,884.00
CUT Catriona Matthew 70 - 75 - 76 221 8 $2,689.00
CUT Caroline Masson 73 - 71 - 77 221 8 $2,689.00
CUT Becky Morgan 74 - 71 - 77 222 9 $2,544.00
CUT Laetitia Beck 72 - 73 - 77 222 9 $2,544.00
CUT Lizette Salas 71 - 72 - 79 222 9 $2,544.00
CUT Paula Reto 71 - 71 - 80 222 9 $2,544.00
CUT Demi Runas 75 - 70 - 78 223 10 $2,418.00
CUT Ashleigh Buhai 71 - 74 - 78 223 10 $2,418.00
CUT Beatriz Recari 70 - 75 - 78 223 10 $2,418.00
CUT Nontaya Srisawang 70 - 71 - 82 223 10 $2,418.00
CUT Ilhee Lee 72 - 73 - 79 224 11 $2,342.00
CUT Therese O'Hara 75 - 71 146 4 $0.00
CUT Dana Finkelstein 74 - 72 146 4 $0.00
CUT Simin Feng 73 - 73 146 4 $0.00
CUT Kim Kaufman 73 - 73 146 4 $0.00
CUT Madelene Sagstrom 73 - 73 146 4 $0.00
CUT Ally McDonald 72 - 74 146 4 $0.00
CUT Pavarisa Yoktuan 72 - 74 146 4 $0.00
CUT Jackie Stoelting 71 - 75 146 4 $0.00
CUT Sandra Gal 77 - 70 147 5 $0.00
CUT Mariajo Uribe 76 - 71 147 5 $0.00
CUT Lauren Coughlin 75 - 72 147 5 $0.00
CUT Karen Chung 74 - 73 147 5 $0.00
CUT Min Seo Kwak 74 - 73 147 5 $0.00
CUT Peiyun Chien 73 - 74 147 5 $0.00
CUT Na Yeon Choi 73 - 74 147 5 $0.00
CUT Maude-Aimee Leblanc 73 - 74 147 5 $0.00
CUT Kelly Shon 73 - 74 147 5 $0.00
CUT Pernilla Lindberg 71 - 76 147 5 $0.00
CUT Hee Young Park 71 - 76 147 5 $0.00
CUT Megan Khang 70 - 77 147 5 $0.00
CUT Mi Hyang Lee 79 - 69 148 6 $0.00
CUT Sei Young Kim 77 - 71 148 6 $0.00
CUT Julie Yang 75 - 73 148 6 $0.00
CUT Cheyenne Woods 74 - 74 148 6 $0.00
CUT Gina Kim 72 - 76 148 6 $0.00
CUT Wichanee Meechai 72 - 76 148 6 $0.00
CUT Jaye Marie Green 76 - 73 149 7 $0.00
CUT Beth Allen 75 - 74 149 7 $0.00
CUT Anne Chen 75 - 74 149 7 $0.00
CUT Ha Na Jang 75 - 74 149 7 $0.00
CUT Lee Lopez 75 - 74 149 7 $0.00
CUT Maria Parra 74 - 75 149 7 $0.00
CUT Perrine Delacour 73 - 76 149 7 $0.00
CUT Kelly Tan 80 - 70 150 8 $0.00
CUT In Gee Chun 76 - 74 150 8 $0.00
CUT Vicky Hurst 76 - 74 150 8 $0.00
CUT In-Kyung Kim 76 - 74 150 8 $0.00
CUT Alison Lee 75 - 75 150 8 $0.00
CUT Celine Herbin 74 - 76 150 8 $0.00
CUT Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 73 - 77 150 8 $0.00
CUT Regan De Guzman 80 - 71 151 9 $0.00
CUT P.K. Kongkraphan 79 - 72 151 9 $0.00
CUT Yani Tseng 79 - 72 151 9 $0.00
CUT Juli Inkster 78 - 73 151 9 $0.00
CUT Katherine Perry 78 - 73 151 9 $0.00
CUT Austin Ernst 77 - 74 151 9 $0.00
CUT Xiyu Lin 77 - 74 151 9 $0.00
CUT Maddie McCrary 77 - 74 151 9 $0.00
CUT Karrie Webb 75 - 76 151 9 $0.00
CUT Julieta Granada 78 - 74 152 10 $0.00
CUT Brittany Altomare 75 - 77 152 10 $0.00
CUT Tiffany Joh 74 - 78 152 10 $0.00
CUT Sadena Parks 78 - 75 153 11 $0.00
CUT Dani Holmqvist 77 - 76 153 11 $0.00
CUT Su Oh 77 - 76 153 11 $0.00
CUT Nasa Hataoka 80 - 74 154 12 $0.00
CUT Stephanie Meadow 79 - 75 154 12 $0.00
CUT Ssu-Chia Cheng 78 - 76 154 12 $0.00
CUT Belen Mozo 77 - 77 154 12 $0.00
CUT Jennifer Ha 75 - 80 155 13 $0.00
CUT Jing Yan 79 - 77 156 14 $0.00
CUT Ryann O'Toole 77 - 79 156 14 $0.00
WDC Paula Creamer 75 75 4 $0.00
WDC Lydia Ko 70 - 73 143 1 $2,312.00

Preview

DATES: April 27-30
SITE: Las Colinas Country Club, Irving, TX
PRIZE MONEY: $1,300,000
Click here for tournament stats & info

Shin Ready To Defend

At the 2016 Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, Jenny Shin shot the low round on the final day, a bogey-free 67, to capture her first-career LPGA victory in her 135th start on Tour. Shin defeated Gerina Piller, Amy Yang and Mi Jung Hur by two-strokes.

Shin was recognized on the field at AT&T Stadium on Tuesday night at the official Volunteers of America pro-am party. “Everybody’s welcoming me,” Shin said. “A few Texans were recognizing who I am and they’ve been really kind and really supportive, so it’s good to be back.”

A slower start to the 2017 season doesn’t have Shin worried.

“I think I turned it around in Hawaii,” Shin said of her season-best T11 finish at the LOTTE Championship. “So we’ll see what happens this week.”

Solheim On The Mind For Stanford

Five-time LPGA Tour winner Angela Stanford is Texas born and bred, so it’s no surprise the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout is one of her favorite stops on Tour.

“I love playing at home,” Stanford said. “I love being in Texas. I love that the Texas golf fans come out and support it, and to still be here years later is a good sign. There’s just nothing better than playing at home.”

The TCU graduate has three top-20 finishes already this season and is searching for another good finish this week to boost her bid to make her seventh U.S. Solheim Cup appearance. “I would really love to be a part of this team for a number of reasons,” Stanford said. “To play for Juli again obviously, but I think at some point there’s going to be a crossover where the team’s going to get younger.”

“It’s kind of cool to get to play six, seven Solheims and you get to see different generations of amazing golfers, so it would be fun to be a part of.”

As the Team USA Standings sit now, Stanford is in ninth place with 163 points. Members of Team USA are decided by the top-8 U.S. Solheim Cup Points earners, two players from the Rolex Rankings not already qualified by points, and two captains picks.Next Gen On Display

From a field of 68 players (51 high school and 17 collegiate), four amateur female golfers qualified in the annual one-day High School/College Shootout for exemption into the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout.
• Eun Jeong Seong, 17, senior, Youngpa Girls High School, Seoul, South Korea, score 71 (E)
• Gina Kim, 16, junior, Chapel Hill High School, Chapel Hill, NC, score 72 (+1)
• Maddie McCrary (from Wylie, TX), 21, junior, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, score 73 (+2)*
• Anne Chen, 15, freshman, Clements High School, Sugar Land, TX, score 73 (+2)*

*Top two of a three-way playoff

Seong has competed in six LPGA events in her amateur career, most recently posting a career-best T16 finish at the LOTTE Championship. When asked about her expectations for herself at Las Colinas, Seong said, “This week, top 10.”

McCrary will be playing in her second Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, after she also earned exemption into the 2015 event by way of the HS/College Shootout. It will be the first LPGA tournament for Kim and Chen.

While most of the field was practicing on Tuesday, Chen was leading Clements High School to the girls Region III-6A tournament to qualify for the Texas state tournament for a fifth straight year. Chen finished third individually.

Number One Scenario

Lydia Ko has spent the past 79 weeks as No. 1 in the Rolex Rankings, but either No. 2 So Yeon Ryu or No. 3 Ariya Jutanugarn could take over the No. 1 spot depending on what happens this week.

There are two scenarios for Ryu to take over the No. 1 spot:
• Ryu can become No. 1 if she finishes 2nd AND Ko finishes 13th or worse
• Ryu can become No. 1 if she wins AND Ko finishes 3rd or worse
• If Ryu finishes 3rd or worse, Ko remains No. 1 in the world

Jutanugarn can become No. 1 if she wins AND Ko finishes 7th or worse, Ryu does not play a factor.

National Golf Day

The LPGA was part of a delegation of more than 200 people from the golf industry who visited Capitol Hill today on National Golf Day 2017 to raise awareness about the game’s considerable impact on society and its long-term benefits for good health.

For more information visit: http://www.lpga.com/news/lpga-joins-other-golf-organizations-on-capitol-hill-to-raise-awareness-on-2017-national-golf-day

Quotable

“It means I’m getting old.”

- Angela Stanford on the possibility of playing on her seventh Solheim Cup team

“My goal is four majors.”

- Amateur Eun Jeong Seong on her career goals

Quick Hits

• In six starts this season, Lexi Thompson has three top-5 finishes including a pair of playoff losses at the ANA Inspiration and Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic
• Thompson leads the LPGA in Driving Average (275.6) and sand saves (84.6%) and ranks second in greens hit (81.1%), rounds under par (20 of 22/90.9%) and money earned ($489,367)
• Heading into this season, Thompson is one of only five players on the LPGA or PGA Tour to have won an event in each of the last four seasons. Dustin Johnson (9 straight), Jimmy Walker (4 straight), Patrick Reed (4 straight) and Lydia Ko (5 straight) are the other four
• Thompson’s best finish at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout was a tie for fourth in 2015
• In her last two appearances at Las Colinas Country Club, Jenny Shin has a 12th place finish (2014) and a win (2016)
• In 2016, Shin was one of nine Rolex First-Time winners with her victory at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout Presented by JTBC
• In seven starts this season, Shin has made seven cuts with a season-best T11 finish coming at her last outing at the LOTTE Championship Presented by HERSHEY in Hawaii
• Aside from being close to home, this week is special for Angela Stanford who will host her annual Let Your Light Shine Charity Golf Tournament on Monday in Fort Worth, Texas, the tournament has helped the Angela Stanford Foundation raise over $600,000 the past 8 years
• In four starts at the Volunteers of America Texas Shootout, Stanford has three top-22 finishes including a sixth place finish in 2015
• Amateur Anne Chen, was born in Melbourne, Australia but has lived in Sugarland, Texas since she was nine years old and will have her dad Byron on the bag this week for her first LPGA tournament
• North Carolina native and high school junior Gina Kim is verbally committed to playing college golf at Duke University





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