Doey choi leads the Bowra and O & Dea Women & # 39; s Classic after the first day at Lake Karrinyup Country Club
The leaderboard shows a strong presence among the states in the top five after day one of the Bowra and O & # 39; Dea Women & # 39; s Classic at Lake Karrinyup Country Club.
Front runner Doey Choi from New South Wales with rounds of 70-70, admitted that they have experienced the excitement of ten consecutive days of golf.
"I feel exhausted today and am just happy that the wind has dropped in the afternoon," said Choi.
Becky Kay from Queensland has won the Classic twice in the last two years and came on a rocky start when she first bogeyed. She releases herself with an eagle on the second hole.
Kay finished the day in second place at seven o'clock after 36 holes.
"A few good birds kept me firm today … I placed my rides very well and I am very happy with my afternoon round", Kay beamed.
The top five are Alexandra Hilliard from Victoria, Grace Kim from New South Wales and Cassie Porter from Queensland.
Local Kirsten Rudgely of Mount Lawley Golf Club is just outside the top five. Participants can expect that the recent winner of the 2019 State Amateur Championships will be hungry to fight back on Day Two of the Bowra and D & D's Women's Classic.