Boonchant and Grant Lead the Pack with Spectacular 64s at US LPGA Dana Open

Boonchant and Grant Lead the Pack with Spectacular 64s at US LPGA Dana Open png - Travel and Golf Influencer - AmerExperience Content Curator

Leading first-round scores on Thursday in the US LPGA Dana Open at Sylvania, Ohio:

– Jaravee Boonchant (THA) and Linn Grant (SWE) both scored an impressive 64.

– Ariya Jutanugarn (THA) and Emily Kristine Pedersen (DEN) followed closely behind with a score of 65.

– Matilda Castren (FIN), Linnea Strom (SWE), Lin Xiyu (CHN), Kelly Tan (MAS), Yin Xiaowen (CHN), Aditi Ashok (IND), Rose Zhang, Baily Tardy, and Linnea Johansson (SWE) all finished the first round with a score of 66.

These golfers showcased exceptional skill and talent during the first round of the US LPGA Dana Open.

With such a competitive leaderboard, it will be thrilling to see how the tournament unfolds in the coming days.

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