Karrie Webb started with a 67. Image: Getty
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Can Karrie Webb have her great run at the ISPS Handa Women & # 39; s Australian Open?
That is a question that many people will ask when the second round of the tournament starts this morning at The Grange in Adelaide.
Stunning conditions greeted the players who stepped on the tee at 07:00 for the second round, without wind gusts – similar to the first round of Thursday. A warm day with a maximum temperature of 29 degrees is predicted.
The Grange will almost certainly bring a lot of birdies for the players who are lucky enough to have an early start today, including the world number 1, Ariya Jutanugarn, who yesterday wrestled with a par four with a factor 76 but today at 7.44 am leaves. .
The 44-year-old Webb, who achieved a shared third place yesterday after her first round 67, will retire at 12.34 this afternoon. She showed a number of forms yesterday that brought her five Women's Australian Open titles.
One of the leaders of the day, the Taiwanese Wei-Ling Hsu, will play at 8.17 this morning. The other leader, Jodi Ewart Shadoff of England, has a tee time in the afternoon.