Su Oh started with a 65 in North Berwick. Image: Getty
Victoria Oh is so quiet that it finds the place in the golf world that everyone thought she should own.
Oh, 23, shot an opening 65 at the Ladies Scottish Open in round one to compete again. At six-under par, she is only two shots of the lead held by Jane Park of the United States, the Korean Mi Hyang Lee and Anne van Dam of the Netherlands at eight-under.
Already 29th on the points list for the LPGA Tour, she almost has a breakthrough season and earns $ US 330,000 with two top 10 & # 39; s. The Melburnian was one of the best amateurs in the world and won the Australian Ladies Masters early in her professional career, but was mostly overshadowed by Minjee Lee, the number 4 in the world with whom she often represented Australia, also at the Olympic Games.
Oh started with three birdies in her opening of four holes and finished with six for the day, without a single blemish, winding up in fifth place.
On a quiet day in North Berwick the score was low, and the Australians Hannah Green (67), Minjee Lee (69) and Katherine Kirk (68) all started well. Sarah Kemp started with an even-par 71.