Morgan Miller and Kelsey Webster sit tied for first place at the CGA’s 75th Women’s Stroke Play Championship, held July 5-7 at Colorado National Golf Club in Erie. Webster, who was tied for 2nd with Emma Bryant after the first round of play, leapfrogged into the co-leader spot after firing an even-par 72. Miller, who played even-par golf during yesterday’s round, shot a three-under-par 69 today to earn her share of the lead.
Charlotte Hillary, who lit up the course yesterday with the low round of 67, struggled today, making one birdie, one bogey, and one double-bogey to finish three-over-par and alone in third place. Emma Bryant, Aubri Braecklein, and Kaylee Chen are tied for fourth after second-day rounds of 74, 71, and 69 respectively.
In the Mid-Amateur Stroke Play Division, Erin Houtsma made the most out of her home course advantage and carded a two-under-par 70, giving her a five-stroke lead over Marilyn Hardy of Dos Rios Golf Club and an eleven-stroke advantage over Greeley’s Kim Eaton and Tiffany Maurycy of Cherry Creek Country Club.
The 54-hole championship concludes tomorrow.
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