US Women & # 039; s Open: Mamiko Higa leads when Bronte Law shoots one over

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The English Charley Hull made four birdies in her opening round. First round leaderboard-6 M Higa (Jpn); -5 E. Henseleit (Ger), G. Kim (USA); -4 C Boutier (Fra); -3 A Munoz (Spa), SY Kim (Kor); -2 M Narita (Jpn), N Korda (United States), Y Liu (Chn), C Ciganda (Spa), J Shin (Kor), J Korda (USA), A Lee (United States) Other selected: +1 C Hull (Eng), B Law (Eng); +2 J Ewart (Eng); +3 S Meadow (NI), C Thomas (Eng); +4 G Hall (Eng), L Maguire (Ire) Full leaderboard

Mamiko Higa from Japan shot the lowest lap after the first day during the debut in the US Women & # 39; s Open history.

The 25-year-old-old had a six-to-five to sit one of the American & Gina Kim and German Esther Henseleit.

Charley Hull from England and Bronte Law, who won her first LPGA Tour title last week, one-over 72.

Stephanie Meadow in Northern Ireland is three with Irish Leona Maguire and the British Open winner Georgia Hall a shot further back.

Higa made six birdies in a bogey-free round at the Charleston Country Club – the third-lowest round in the history of the tournament. The record is 63, by Helen Helensson of Sweden in 1994.

The law struggled to continue its momentum after winning the Pure Silk Championship and the 24-year-old joined one by defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn from Thailand and The number one from Korea, Jin Young Ko.

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