Coloradan Sherry Andonian-Smith 1 over par before play suspended at U.S. Senior Women’s Open
By Gary Baines – 7/29/2021
Sherry Andonian-Smith of Centennial, the Colorado PGA instructor who is competing in her third U.S. Senior Women’s Open, was 1 over par through 10 holes of her opening round on Thursday before heavy rain suspended play in Fairfield, Conn.
Round 1 is scheduled to resume at 6 a.m. (MT) on Friday. After two rounds are completed, the field will be cut from 120 to the low 50 players and ties for the final 36 holes.
Andonian-Smith, who made nine pars and one bogey on Thursday, shared 23rd place when played was suspended.
Part-time Colorado resident — and World Golf Hall of Famer — Hollis Stacy shot a 3-over-par 75 and is tied for 45th place following a one-birdie, four-bogey day.
Also at 3 over — but just through seven holes — was amateur Janet Moore of Centennial, a Colorado Golf Hall of Famer. Moore, competing in her second USSWO, made one birdie and four bogeys on Thursday.
World Golf Hall of Famer Annika Sorenstam and Dana Ebster share the lead after 5-under-par 67s.
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