Dow Great Lakes Bay Invitational R3

Team All In & Team Spice Girls tied for the lead

Great Lakes Invitational 2021 R3
July 14-17
Midland Country Club, Michigan
$2,300,000
Round 1, Round 2

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Defending champions Cydney Clanton and Jasmine Suwannapura (Team All In), along with Pajaree Anannarukarn and Aditi Ashok (Spice Girls) sit in a tie for first at 15-under. Both teams posted bogey-free rounds in the alternate shot format, with Anannarukarn and Ashok carding birdies on the 3rd, 6th and 15th to post a 67. Clanton and Suwannapura recorded their third consecutive 65 thanks to five birdies, including two on the closing holes.


Great Lakes Invitational 2021 R3

“We’ve played good, and I think again today we stayed very patient because we didn’t have many good looks until the very end, and then Jasmine made some clutch putts on 17 and 18,” said Clanton.

“I think we stayed pretty patient. I don’t think just because we win two years ago, it doesn’t mean that the golf course was easy. Doesn’t mean that we’re going to be able to play some good golf ,” said Suwannapura. “It’s just golf. Like we just stay patient and find opportunities for ourselves to make birdies and have fun with each other.”


Great Lakes Invitational 2021 R3

After a bogey on the second hole, the team of Mel Reid and Carlota Ciganda (Reidy to Fiesta) rallied to record five birdies to finish with a 66, in solo third at 14-under overall.

One stroke below them sit three teams at 13-under in a tie for fourth : 2020/21 Tour rookies A Lim Kim and Yealimi Noh, Tour winners Jeongeun Lee6 and Mi Jung Hur (MI6) and sisters Ariya and Moriya Jutanugarn.


Great Lakes Invitational 2021 R3

Eight teams are five shots out of the lead at 10-under, including Jessica and Nelly Korda, who followed up their 69 during the best-ball format on Thursday with a 66 that featured four-straight birdies starting from the third hole.

Major champion Cristie Kerr and partner Stephanie Meadow (Team AZ) are also among those at 10-under.

“You literally could shoot 10 to 14-under in best ball. I think we’re going to have to bring it tomorrow to have a chance to win. It’ll be nice to be a couple groups back and have less eyeballs on us. But if we can get off to a hot start and continue, there is no reason why you couldn’t get most of them,” said nine-time U.S. Solheim Cup Team veteran Kerr. “Weather is supposed to be good, and we’re just going to go out there and do our best.”

Great Lakes Invitational 2021 R3

Pos.
Team
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
SUWANNAPURA, J. / CLANTON, C.
-15
65
65
65
195
1
ANANNARUKARN, / ASHOK, A.
-15
65
63
67
195
3
CIGANDA, C. / REID, M.
-14
66
64
66
196
4
KIM, A LIM / NOH, Y.
-13
69
62
66
197
4
LEE6, JE. / HUR, M. J.
-13
67
62
68
197
4
JUTANUGARN, A. / JUTANUGARN, M.
-13
67
59
71
197
7
LEE, MJ. / SASO, Y.
-10
69
65
66
200
7
LEWIS, S. / FASSI, M.
-10
69
65
66
200
7
PARK, H.Y. / SONG, J.
-10
69
65
66
200
7
KORDA, N. / KORDA, J.
-10
65
69
66
200
7
ALTOMARE, B. / YIN, A.
-10
72
61
67
200
7
LINCICOME, B. / LANG, B.
-10
68
64
68
200
7
KERR, C. / MEADOW, S.
-10
69
62
69
200
7
SCHMELZEL, S. / PAGDANGANAN, B.
-10
69
62
69
200
15
THOMPSON, L. / HATAOKA, N.
-9
69
63
69
201
15
YANG, A. / KANG, HJ.
-9
70
61
70
201
17
LEE, J.E. / CHOI, N.Y.
-8
71
65
66
202
17
HENDERSON, B.M. / CHUN, I.G.
-8
71
62
69
202
17
KHANG, M. / EWING, A.
-8
70
63
69
202
17
WEAVER, L. / LEE, A.
-8
69
63
70
202
17
RYU, S.Y. / PARK, I.
-8
67
65
70
202
17
STEPHENSON, L. / HOLLIS, J.
-8
65
67
70
202
23
O’TOOLE, R. / JACKSON, J.
-7
70
64
69
203
23
STOELTING, J. / PERRY, K.
-7
71
63
69
203
23
KIM, H.J. / JI, E-H.
-7
71
61
71
203
23
MEECHAI, W. / YOKTUAN, P.
-7
66
63
74
203
27
HSU, W. / LEE, M.
-6
76
60
68
204
27
KIRK, K. / OLSON, A.
-6
73
63
68
204
27
HERBIN, C. / ITURRIOZ, N.
-6
68
63
73
204
30
RETO, P. / ARDINA, D.
-5
69
67
69
205
30
MARTIN, M. / HURST, V.
-5
69
66
70
205
30
KANG, D. / KO, L.
-5
68
63
74
205
33
EWART SHADOFF, / TALLEY, E.
-4
72
64
70
206
34
POPOV, S. / VAN DAM, A.
-3
71
65
71
207
34
LAW, B. / SAGSTROM, M.
-3
69
67
71
207
34
MASSON, C. / ERNST, A.
-3
68
68
71
207
34
INGLIS, C. / DO, B.
-3
69
66
72
207
34
GILLMAN, K. / CHANG, J.
-3
72
61
74
207
39
SHARP, A. / KEMP, S.
-2
72
64
72
208
39
TAN, K. / LOPEZ, L.
-2
69
67
72
208
41
STROM, L. / JOHANSSON, L.
-1
71
65
73
209
42
LEE, M.H. / CHOI, C.
-3
73
64
137
42
ALEX, M. / GREEN, J.M.
-3
71
66
137
42
KNIGHT, C. / SZOKOL, E.
-3
69
68
137
42
STACKHOUSE, M. / WOODS, C.
-3
69
68
137
46
KUPCHO, J. / HARIGAE, M.
-2
72
66
138
46
SMITH, S.J. / LINDBERG, P.
-2
70
68
138
46
MOORE, H. / URIELL, A.
-2
74
64
138
49
LOPEZ, G. / SOBRON, L.
-1
72
67
139
49
PARK, A. / KIM, KY.
-1
73
66
139
49
LEE, ES. / KWAK, M.
-1
73
66
139
49
MOLINARO, G. / HOLMQVIST, D.
-1
72
67
139
49
DARQUEA, D. / COUGHLIN, L.
-1
71
68
139
49
LEE, AN. / KIM, L.
-1
72
67
139
49
NAGEL, E. / GULBIS, N.
-1
72
67
139
56
RIDDERSTROM, L. / TAMULIS, K.
0
72
68
140
56
AVERYHARDT, S. / UWADIA, A.
0
74
66
140
56
PHATLUM, P. / NIPHATSOPHON,
0
75
65
140
56
TORRES, M. / STEEN, M.
0
74
66
140
56
COLEMAN, J. / DELACOUR, P.
0
71
69
140
56
MUANGKHUMSAKUL / PANNARAT, T.
0
71
69
140
56
CONCOLINO, J. / WALSHE, A.
0
73
67
140
63
MCPHERSON, K. / DYE, K.
+1
73
68
141
63
LEE, JA. / DRYBURGH, G.
+1
76
65
141
65
HARTLAGE, L. / LYNE, M.
+2
78
64
142
65
CHAN, T. / HE, M.
+2
76
66
142
65
BELAC, A. / BURNHAM, S.
+2
78
64
142
68
YAMAGUCHI, S. / SON, Y.
+3
74
69
143
69
MICHAELS, S. / BUNCH, A.
+6
78
68
146
DQ
SALAS, L. / BUHAI, A.
74
DQ
SCHECHTER, M. / GONZALEZ ESCAL
70
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