MIAMI • The Evian Competition of September was Amy Olson's suspense at the Evian Competition in September as a matter so close to and until now. America finished second, and also the best to & # 39; featured in its five LPGA career initiatives.
But she knows that the most important thing is to stay in the past, but look forward to and, deal with each competition as a starting point.
Players helped in the LPGA who had a & # 39; CME Tournament finalized for the first time, as Olson was going to; piled nine under 63 – the best of his career – on Thursday for his first visit.
The 26-year-old man had one picture ahead of Brittany Lincicome and Nasa Hataoka and two shots ahead of Lexi Thompson.
"I have no bad memory (of the event)," she said at the Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Florida, when she was asked about what her good start began.
"It's just fun to play well. It's always a good feeling. I was very similar to today's very good numbers.
"I put the ball well. I just saw the line, reading the putts very good, and hitting where I wanted."
Teen sensation Hataoka, who won the Northwest Arkansas Competition in June and Japan Classic earlier this month, Burn a 64 box to join American Americans.
In doing this, jumping the 19-year Japanese star from a quarter to a & # 39; first time in the premium CME Globe race, leading to the world No.1, Ariya Jutanugarn, opened by 70.
The 22-year-old Thai star highlighted with boghays back to the back of the third and fourth hole and went tightly with another on the closed hole to seven seasons away.
Ariya has an LPGA player of the Year and holds silver titles and is the leader of the band for the Vare Award for the average that he has; designation is low. For she can not take the bonus, and she's a # 39; First woman who was to delete all the finals prize LPGA prize.
Olson left the opening hole for five, which fired four birds in a row to close the nine faces and another four more in a series from the 14th to the thirteenth century .
Lincicome, which was divided by five birds in a row, closed with bogey to ban her from driving the direction by Olson.
"I did not even think even though it was like the fifth one in a row," said Lincicome.
"So I was," Oh yes, we're doing something good this week "."
American Thompson was the fourth place on 65 with the Spaniards Carlota Ciganda to another beat.
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