June 28, 2013
SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. (seminoles.com) –
Second-round play at the U.S. Women’s Open was suspended at 6:40 p.m. EDT due to heavy fog that rolled in across Sebonack Golf Club. Play will resume at 7:00 a.m. EDT on Saturday. Only 114 of the 155 players in the field finished play in the second round before play was suspended. The cut was set at plus five over par which includes the top 64 players in the event – unfortunately for the four former Florida State greats playing, it currently does not include any of them.
The cut is set at five over par 149 – with Caroline Westrup (who has completed play in the second round) – only one stroke over that score. Westrup carded a 4 over par score of 76 and has a two day total of 150. Westrup is the only four-time All-American in the sport of golf in school history.
Kristin Tamulis, the first three-time All-ACC selection in school history, is just two strokes behind the cut with a two day total of 151. She, too, shot a 4 over par 76 in the second round and has a two day total of 151.
Karen Stupples has four holes remaining to be played in her second round. She is 5 over par in the second round and has a two-day (32 of 36 holes played) score of 8 over par. She needs to gain five strokes over her final four holes on Saturday morning to continue playing over the weekend.
Macarena Silva finished her play with a two day total of 159. She carded scores of 79 and 80.
Inbee Park shot a 4-under 68 on Friday for a 9-under total to lead fellow South Korean I.K. Kim by two strokes. Park is seeking to win the year’s first three major championships; no one has accomplished that feat in a season with at least four majors.