Sweden and Thailand are still undefeated after two days of TPC Harding Park.
The Swedish teams Madelene Sagstrom/MajaStark and Anna Nordqvist/Caroline Hedwall both won their matches in San Francisco early on Friday morning in the second round 2023 Hanwha Lifeplus International Crown. They now have a perfect 4-0-0 record.
Sweden is already in the semifinals of Sunday’s tournament, no matter what happens during Saturday’s final round. Thailand, who defeated Korea in Friday’s final match of the day to secure a perfect first round, will also join the Scandinavians.
Patty Tavatanakit/Atthaya Thtikul defeated Jin Young Ko/Hyojoo Kim, while Ariya Jutanugarn/Moriya Jutanugarn beat Hye Jinchoi/In Gee Chun.
“I love this track. Tavatanakit: “I feel like this is a very tight course. But it doesn’t feel tight to me because I love this course. I feel confident that I can get it moving with great confidence.” “That helped me with my flow too.” “That’s why I hit it so well.”
Team USA, which is the top seed in the eight team event, and has all four players who have won major championships, had a record of 1-1-0 at the end of Day 1, after splitting their matches with China.
The Lilia Vu/Nelly Kodra duo beat Liz Young/Alice Hewson on Friday. Danielle Kang/Lexi Thompson defeated Bronte Ewart-Shadoff and the English team suffered its fourth defeat in two days. The U.S. is at 3 out of 4 possible points.
After two days the Americans are in fourth place, but Team Australia is also in fourth position, having scored 3 1/2 points and not yet lost a game. Teams had to deal with cold temperatures all day, and the forecast for Saturday is rain.
Korda said, “I am a Florida girl, so I get cold easily. But I think the key is to adjust to the climate, to club up, to talk to your caddie about club selections and to stay warm.” Everyone is dealing with the weather, so it’s just a matter of staying as patient as you can.
The golf course is difficult. The weather is tough and the fairways can be narrow and tricky, especially when the wind blows. This week, the key is to remain patient and warm.
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